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what were 3 groups of people that were effected by the proclamation of 1763

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    1) Indians who were granted lands west of the Appalachians by the King
    2) American Colonists who were prevented from moving westward into Indian territory, and in some cases ordered to leave it, and
    3) British soldiers who had fought in the French and Indian war, who were granted considerable lands in the colonies by the King.

    New colonies were also established by thi proclamation in Florida, Quebec and the island of Grenada

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