HIST 1310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Imperial Reform, Sugar Act, Paxton Boys

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Chapter 5: imperial reforms and colonial protests 1763 - 1774: the bostonians paying the excise-man or tarring and feathering, shows five patriots tarring and feathering the commissioner of customs, john. Malcolm, a sea captain, army officer, and staunch loyalist - colonists in america who were loyal to great britain. Pontiac"s rebellion, highlighted tensions the settlers increasingly interpreted in racial terms: the massive debt the war generated proved to be the most serious issue facing. Greater enforcement of imperial trade laws had to be put into place. British army: conflict began when pontiac and several hundred ojibwas, potawatomis, and. Hurons laid siege to fort detroit: indian attacks - murder, scalping, dismemberment, and burning at the stake. Stories incited a deep racial hatred among colonists against all indians: paxton boys. Scots-irish settlers who formed a bob and attacked a group of conestoga of the susquehannock tribe: conestoga had lived peacefully with local settlers, but the paxton.

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