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Was cornbread a revolutionary war food?
yes, it was. That was mainly what they ate.
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The Revolutionary War was about the Americans wanting their independence from Britain. The war broke out because both held tanaciously to different theories of political ideas…. When Great Britain taxed us and we got sick of it. (mainly because the French And Indian war)
The first battle of the war was at Lexington-Concord on April 19,1775. The last battle was the Battle at Yorktown which ended with the surrender of Cornwallis on Oct. 19…,1783.
No. It was not. The Revolutionary War was fought from 1775 to 1783.
A war between the Americans and British in 1775-1783. The Colonists were fighting for freedom on the new world(America). The Colonists (America) won the …war by having a good leader, hope, and a defensive method to keep their troops alive. It is the war that that had the 13 colonies gain their independence from England.
We (Americans) had a revolutionary war because of we were tired of being pretty much pushed arounded and roled by Great Britain. This war was vital to our countries history, w…ithout this war, who knows. We could still be run by England or another country. One thing is for sure, if we didn't have this war, and free and safe America would not here. But our founding fathers got together and the wrote the declaration of independence which was a letter to King George III that stated that America was separating from Brittian and was becomeing a free nation. In the kings fury, he declared war on the colonies, not knowing what he was getting himself into...
It was the war between American colonist and there home country England(at the time) it last from1775 through 1783 the colonist were mad about all the taxes they have been giv…en The revolutionary war was the war Colonists fought against British. The colonists did not want the taxes and rules Britain gave them and they started war. The colonists were the Americans. There were also some foreigners brought it (Germans, French, Spanish) that also participated in the war and some became generals.
Soldiers in the Civil War ate Cornbread because, it was easy to make and it could serve up to about, 8 men.
the British (red coats) and the Americans (colonists or rebels) the war was going on between the late 1700's
The Revolutionary War was NOT a declared war. It was a war of rebellion against the crown (Britain). Legally, the signers of the Declaration could've been executed had they lo…st the rebellion; as Franklin said when he signed it, "...well at least we'll all hang together."
The War of 1812, fought by the Brittish, French, and eventually some Americans got envolved.
It gave us Americans freedom, and we signed the treaty of Paris.
The American colonies, Britain, and France The Revolutionary War was a thing, not a person. If you would like to know who was IN the Revolutionary War, go to www.google.com/ig… and type the soldiers of the Revolutionary War.
bread,soup,and drink mostly wine
There was a war between the American and the Canadian forces, when the the USA tried to invade Canada. While the US Army was in Canada, the British attacked New York, and burn…ed it down. This was in 1812. However, in 1814, the Regular Army prevailed against the British army under the command of General Scott and Brown, in the Niagara campaign.
because it was a revolution against the king
They ate soup,bread and mostley drank wine.
The American War for Independence is often called a "revolution" (or, said to be "revolutionary") precisely because it was, by definition, just that. As an overthrow by di…plomatic and military means of the established government, the American cause, though deemed to be just and necessary by those supporting it, was undeniably a revolution against the British ruling authority.