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The Stamp Act Congress or First Congress of the American Colonies was a meeting held between October 7 and 25, 1765 in New York City, consisting of ...

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With that, the Stamp Act Congress convened in New York in October 1765. The Congress seemed at first to be an abject failure. In the first place, only nine of the  ...

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Check out this site for facts about the Stamp Act Congress in Colonial America. Information and ... The Stamp Act was passed in the British Parliament in 1765.

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The Stamp Act Congress met in the Federal Hall building in New York City between October 7 and 25, 1765. It was the first colonial action against a British ...

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The Stamp Act Congress convened in New York City on October 7, 1765, with nine colonies, represented by 27 delegates, in attendance; others would likely ...

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Colonial leaders thought the colonies should work together to change Parliament's tax laws on the colonies. In 1765, a Stamp Act Congress met in New York ...

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THE DECLARATION OF RIGHTS OF THE STAMP ACT CONGRESS ... inviting all the colonies to send delegates to a congress at New York in October, 1765.

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The Stamp Act Congress, which met in New York City from October 7 to 25, 1765, was the first gathering of representatives from several American colonies to ...

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The Stamp Act Congress was held on October 19, 1765 in New York City. It was attended by twenty-seven representatives from what has been known through.

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The Declaration of Rights of the Stamp Act Congress. October 19, 1765. [On the motion of James Otis, the Massachusetts House of Representatives adopted on ...