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Episode 18: The Trouble Begins

After the French and Indian War, Great Britain needed to raise money. They did that by taxing the American colonies- without giving colonists any say in it. Here comes trouble between Britain and the American Colonies, and the colonists' favorite saying: "no taxation without representation." 
Women spin wool at home after the Wool Act
Coloring Page. Source
Coloring page. Source.
Patrick Henry coloring page. Source.

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