anonymous
  • anonymous
Which describes a problem Britain faced at the end of the French and Indian War? A. Colonists wanted to go west for new land, but the British did not want them to. B. The British lost most of their land west of the Appalachians and there was no place for new colonists to go. C. The British wanted to collect tolls from colonists going west, but the colonists avoided them. D. Western lands were now open to colonists, but colonists refused to go.
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ShadowCain
  • ShadowCain
Despite the acquisition of this large swath of land, the British tried to discourage American colonists from settling in it. The British already had difficulty administering the settled areas east of the Appalachians. Americans moving west would stretch British administrative resources thin. A. Colonists wanted to go west for new land, but the British did not want them to.
anonymous
  • anonymous
That's what I was thinking

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