The Quartering Act, 1765

Dealing with the British troops

The Quartering Act. 1765 was enacted in order to force the American colonist to house and feed the British soldiers.The American colonist had to pay for it. After the French and Indian war the American colonist saw no need to have Britain standing army in America, Britain was not happy about that, because they wanted to keep a standing army in America to continue to control the American colonies.


The colonist reactions

The american colonist were not happy because the Britain we in there houses and controlling them