How did king George solve the problem of the Pontiacs rebellion and what problem did his solution PA?
George washington, when he was president led an army and put a stop to the rebbelion
George Washington was concerned by the whiskey rebellion because Alexander Hamilton wanted the leaders of the rebellion executed and George Washington was a leader of the rebellion.
George Washington did react to the whiskey rebellion by sending many federal soldiers who crushed the rebellion.
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The problems that arose from the Whiskey Rebellion were riots and demonstrations by the people against a tax on whiskey. This occurred in 1791 when Alexander Hamilton proposed this tax. It also was a problem for George Washington because he was an amateur brewer of whiskey and beer at the time.
George Washington took with him 13,000 federal soldiers to crush the rebellion but before he arrived it had dispersed.
George Washington called up an army to crush the Whiskey Rebellion because Hamilton and Washington saw the Whiskey Rebellion as a threat to the authority of the national government.
George Washington led the army during the whiskey Rebellion.
George Farrol has written: 'The late rebellion against King George, worse than Absalom's against King David' -- subject(s): Bible, Jacobite Rebellion, 1715, Sermons
He had to send force to keep the rebellion down.
It was George Washington
George Washington faced problems such as: An Economic Depression Political Unrest Unsteady Foreign Relations Total lack of foreign trade Rebellion such as The Whiskey Rebellion.
The Whiskey Rellion revealed George Washington's concern with national security because he was the leader of the rebellion and Alexander wanted everyone exected
The whiskey rebellion.
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Shay's Rebellion drew retired General George Washington back into public life.
The Proclamation of Rebellion, or A Proclamation for Suppressing Rebellion and Sedition, was King George III's response to the American colonists' rebellion at Bunker Hill. It stated that the colonies were now considered to be in complete rebellion, and called on loyal and responsible colonists and others to "withstand and suppress" the revolt.
Thomas Jefferson felt that George Washington's actions during the Whiskey Rebellion were inappropriate. He felt that using military force was unnecessary and that George Washington should have never allowed the Whiskey tax to be implemented.
The whiskey rebellion happened because George washington had a national debt and taxed people on the whiskey to pay the debt.
George Washington called out the troops to put down the whiskey rebellion.
Jefferson believed that Washington did not act quickly enough in stopping the Rebellion.
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The Whiskey Rebellion Giggity.
george washingotn stoped the whiskey rebbelion
the way george washinton responded to the Whiskey Rebellion was he hated the idea.
King George III declared the colonies to be in a state of rebellion soon after George Washington established a naval force off the New England coast. The naval force allowed the Americans to attack British supply ships.
George Washington did sent troops but by the time the troops got there the rebellion had collapsed. 20 members of the rebellion were caught and arrested but the charges were aquitted soon after.
The Shay rebellion led to the return of George Washington into public life, and eventually as the United States' first President
Yes, following the Whisky Rebellion of 1794.
George Rogers Clark
in April of 1778
George Washington left office after his 2nd term.
they wouldn't listen to him
he gave Pontiac a rusty trumbone
King George declared that the colonies were in the state of rebellion!!!!!!
No, King George III was. George Washington was the leader of the rebellion during the Revolutionary War, and he was subsequently elected as America's first President.
The quashing of the whiskey rebellion showed that the US federal government was able and had the resolve to enforce its laws.
George Washington ended it by sending up to 12000 -13000 militias from several states to stop the crowd of rebels. Couple of men were arrested, but George Washington pardoned all of them. He just wanted to prove that the central/national government had power and the ability to stop any rebellion.
He sent in US Marshals to put it down
August 23rd, 1775
King George III said this.