anonymous
  • anonymous
u.s history question On a american revoultion timeline i have the quebec act before the intolerable? Is this right
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The quebac act is really a part of the intolerable acts: The Quebec Act was a piece of legislation which although not explicitly related to the events in Boston came to be regarded as one of the Intolerable Acts. The timing of its passage in the same parliament session led colonists to believe that it was part of the program to punish them. The act extended the boundaries of what was then the British Province of Quebec south to the Ohio River and west to the Mississippi, and instituted reforms generally favorable to the French Catholic inhabitants of the region, although denying them an elected legislative assembly. The act removed references to the Protestant faith in the oath of allegiance, and guaranteed free practice of the Roman Catholic faith. The Quebec Act offended a variety of interest groups in the British colonies. Land speculators and settlers objected to the transfer of western lands previously claimed by the colonies to a non-representative government. Many feared the establishment of Catholicism in Quebec, and that the French Canadians were being courted to help oppress British Americans.[5] Some[who?] say that the Quebec Act was aimed directly at Benjamin Franklin, who was working to build an Ohio colony at the time.[6] If it was me I'd probably put it before the intolerable acts...
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