Essay heading: Describe The Events Leading Up To Declaration Of Independence
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November 16, 1998
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It allowed British officials to harass Americans and then escape justice. Some colonists believed the act was unnecessary because British soldiers had been given a fair trial following the Boston Massacre in 1770.
-The Quartering Act applied to all of the colonies, and sought to create a more effective method of housing British troops in America...
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The new Quartering Act allowed a governor to house soldiers in other buildings such as uninhabited houses, outlying buildings, and barns, if suitable quarters were not provided. Although many colonists found the Quartering Act objectionable, it generated the least protest of the Coercive Acts.
-The acts unintentionally promoted sympathy for Massachusetts and encouraged colonists from the otherwise diverse colonies to form the First Continental Congress...
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