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American History: The Intolerable Acts of the British Parliament

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Sugar Act of 1764: A tax passed by the British Parliament in 1764 to replace the ineffective Molasses Act which expired in 1763. This act taxed the importation of foreign molasses.

Stamp Act of 1765: A tax passed by the British Parliament in 1765 on the British colonies to help pay for the British troops stationed in the colonies after the Seven Years War.

Townshend Acts: A series of acts proposed by Charles Townshend on the colonies that would help raise revenue for Great Britain after accumulating a large debt after the Seven Years War.

Intolerable Acts: A series of acts passed by the British Parliament in 1774 on the British colonies to pay their fair share of England’s war debt.
American History: The Intolerable Acts of the British Parliament
Boston Port Act: An act passed by the British Parliament in response to the Boston Tea Party. It outlawed the use of the Boston Port.

Quartering Act: An act passed by the British Parliament onto all of the colonies. It provided the local governor with authority to quarter the military soldiers in unoccupied buildings if ample quartering was not provided.

Quebec Act: An act passed by the British Parliament that set procedures in the governance of the province of Quebec.