The Causes of the War for Independence
The causes of the War for Independence from Great Britain were many. The colonies had by 1763 already shown an independence of action and a tendency towards self governance by quarreling with the royal governors. In 1763, after the Treaty of Paris, France created New France, the province of Quebec. A line was drawn along the mountain sources of the rivers flowing into the Atlantic, and the colonies were forbidden to plant settlements beyond that line.
In 1760 George III had become king and his attempts at arbitrary rule made the Englishmen at home fear for their liberties and across the o…
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