What conflict started the Revolutionary war?
The conflict that started the Revolutionary War was, in economic terms, the repressive taxation of the colonies by the English home-country, along with other perceived injustices. The conflict that served as the military spark of the War occurred in April of 1775 at Lexington, then at Concord, in Massachusetts, where colonial militia squared off with menacing British troops.
The Revolutionary war started because the British wanted to take over the colonists land which then started the sugar act, and the Boston tea party and all the other stuff that happened during that time to lead to the war anyways the colonists were tired of the British bulling them so the n broke out the war . you were either for the war( the colonists ) or against the war( the British). the revolutionary…
No, Harriet Tubman was not in the Revolutionary War. The Revolutionary War, a war fought between America and Great Britain for American independence, occurred about forty-five years before Tubman was born. She was, however, a key role in the Civil War, a conflict between the Union and the Confederacy.
During the American Revolutionary War, the sentiment of the colonists concerning conflict varied considerably. Some were against conflict of any kind, while some embraced it as necessary and even desirable. Many others occupied a middle position, with the desire to achieve independence (or simply more independence) but through as little actual conflict as might be possible.