TITLE

CHAPTER XII: THE QUARREL WITH THE MOTHER COUNTRY

AUTHOR(S)
McMaster, John Bach
PUB. DATE
January 1915
SOURCE
Brief History of the United States;1/1/1915, p72
SOURCE TYPE
Classic Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter XII of the book "A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES," by John Bach McMaster is presented. It explores the event following the French and Indian War. The chapter highlights the quarrel between the English colonies and their mother country's Great Britain. It mentions that Britain's implementation of taxation without consent, enforcement of laws concerning trade and quarter royal troops in the colonies were the cause of the revolution.
ACCESSION #
34335323

 

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