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What caused Pontiacs Rebellion?
The Ottawa tribe feared further encroachments on their lands by white settlers.
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What was the outcome of Pontiacs Rebellion?
The tribe was defeated by British soldiers, who were paid by Britain. Showing that the colonies couldn't protect themselves.
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What was the ideological argument underpinning the colonists anger toward the Stamp Act?
No taxation without representation. They thought Britain was trying to strip them of their Liberty.
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What did the Loyal Nine do during the Stamp Act Congress?
Got North and South End Gangs (who had fought for years to unite) to support action
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Why were effigies of Bute and Oliver burnt and hung from the Liberty Tree, and what happened?
Due to the stamp act being imposed, men stood around the tree collecting a mock stamp act. When Hutchinson told them to take them down the men stood around the tree preventing
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What was the outcome of Pontiacs Rebellion?

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The tribe was defeated by British soldiers, who were paid by Britain. Showing that the colonies couldn't protect themselves.

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What was the ideological argument underpinning the colonists anger toward the Stamp Act?

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What did the Loyal Nine do during the Stamp Act Congress?

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Card 5

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Why were effigies of Bute and Oliver burnt and hung from the Liberty Tree, and what happened?

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