The Proclamation of 1763


Remember how when you were little you never wanted someone touching your toys. This is how the native americans felt in 1763. So the historians decided to make The Proclamation of 1763. The Proclamation of 1763 is a document that changed the Virginian Colony for ever. The soldiers got all the land, the tobacco production is less, and the Virginian Colony made less money. This newspaper is to demonstrate/explain the impact of The Proclamation of 1763 for the Virginian Economics.

"To every person having the Rank of a Field Officer--5,000 Acres. To every Captain--3,000 Acres. To every Subaltern or Staff Officer,--2,000 Acres. To every Non-Commissioner Officer,--200 Acres. To every Private Man--50 Acres.", thus shows how much land everyone gets.(all the soldiers get) "Lands reserved to the said Indians", shows how the people gave land to the Indians.

Economic Systems

The economic systems are the historians selling tobacco growing tobacco, trading tobacco, and hunting. The Proclamation of 1763 limits that though.

The Impacts

The tobacco growing and trading is impacted by how much tobacco the soldiers could sell. Virginia is making less money Thus the tobacco production is less because of how much land they have to grow it on. The tobacco is how they make money.
The tobacco production is changed by the thus Proclamation of 1763, the money Virgina made is changed by the Proclamation of 1763, and how much land the soldiers had was changed because of the Proclamation of 1763.