Quebec Act -1774

By: Chandler Taylor and Danika Tennant

Quebec Act

The Quebec Act of 1774 was led up to by the aggressive rebels and groups in the American colonies, the British Empire became worried that the French Canadians would follow afterwards. The Quebec Act was formed in order to keep the people in check and to make sure that several stipulations under the act, many of which did not go into the favor of the favor of the American colonists. The ones who were affected by this were primarily the ones who was living in the Providence of Quebec and set precedent for the future. The affect of this act taking place caused the French Canadians to have full religious freedom and restored French form of civil law. To the 13 colonies this was one out of five laws of the Intolerable Act.