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How did the American colonies establish themselves as a separated nation

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    American Colonists wanted to free themselves from Great Britain because the British were exerting too much control over the colonies. Topic Why did American Colonists want to free themselves from Great Britain? Proclamation Act 1763 Forbade the Colonies from settling along the Appalachian Mountains. It was to organize and stabilize a proper relationship with the Native Americans. The act was to protect the Colonies from causing wars with the Native Americans. Stamp Act 1765 Imposed taxes on stamps needed for official documents Declaratory Act 1766 It was a repeal of the Stamp Act of 1765 by the British Parliament, it stated that Parliament's authority was the same in America as in Britain, and asserted Parliament's authority to make laws binding on the American colonies
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