British colonial governments for Quebec, Florida and Grenada

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Historical Context Note


At the same time, assignment of region west of the Alleghenies as an Indian reserve halts westward expansion and imperial government takes over regulation of trade with the Indians. The line will become known as the Proclamation Line and will become a sore point for the north American colonists.
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Editors. "British colonial governments for Quebec, Florida and Grenada". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 March 2010
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