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What stated that colonial settlers had to remain east of the appalachians?

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The role of Proclamation of 1763 in ... settlers living west of the Appalachians ... Any settlers currently west of the mountains had to move back east.
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The history of the United States is ... There were problems between the white settlers and ... Most Americans thought the United States should remain ...
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Native American Resistance in the Trans ... Native Americans were being displaced across the Appalachians and toward ... Tecumseh had fought at ...
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Chronology of European Occupancy in the Southern ... settlers had immigrated ... logs and had arched windows. The Cherokees stated that these ...
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Remembering the Proclamation of 1763. ... King George III issued a proclamation that forbade colonial ... he hoped to placate Native Americans who had ...
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... which extended to east of the Appalachians from ... settlers, you see, had come to expand ... the war stated that no English settlers would go ...
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