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In 1763 how did great britain try to end troubles with the native americans?

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Hmm... American history homework don't you just love it?

The answer you are looking for is the good old Royal Proclamation of 1763, this was a treaty or piece of legislation in which Britain decided to set out some land west of the Appalachian Mountains. This was exclusively for the Native Americans and was designed to have the effect alluded to in your message.

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