What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
CHAPTER in CLASS DIVISIONS AND REVOLUTION
WAS THE REVOLUTION
THE MOVEMENT TOWARD
THE MILITARY CONDUCT
CHAPTER rx TORIES AND TRAITORS
18th century Ameri American colonies American Revolution appeared arms army Assembly Benjamin Boston Britain British Canada Canadian cause civil colonists committee Committees of Correspondence Connecticut Constitution contemporaries Continental Congress course Crown delegates democratic domination economic effort elected enforce England English especially established fact favor force France Franklin freedom French George Georgia Governor Hence idea impact insisted Intolerable Acts Ireland Irish Jefferson Jersey John Adams King land later legislature letter London Lord majority Maryland mass Massachusetts ment merchants military movement nature Negroes North officers Parliament patriots Pennsylvania Philadelphia political population provincial Quartering Act Quebec radical rebellion rebels repeal resistance result Revo Revolutionary significant Silas Deane slavery slaves social soldiers Sons of Liberty South Carolina Spain Stamp Act struggle taxes thirteen colonies Thomas tion Tories Townshend Acts trade treason Treaty troops United Virginia vote Washington Whig wrote York