"Maryland and the Stamp Act Controversy"

This article was originally published in 1932 and republished in 2005 in the centennial issue of the Maryland Historical Magazine. It discusses how opposition to the Stamp Tax within the colony quickly developed and was strongly felt. Indeed, few political divisions existed among Maryland's colonial leadership. Faced with such unified opposition, Parliament repealed the statute in early 1766.

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Paul H. Giddens
Publication Info:
Maryland Historical Magazine 2005 100(2): 244-260.

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