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Shays' Rebellion demonstrated the need for a stronger central government through the Constitutional Convention which gave birth to the federal system.

There were many great rebellions, but none like shays rebellion. Shays' Rebellion was a militia uprising.

The Shays' Rebellion in Massachusetts was named after its leader Daniel Shays. The rebellion was due to the economic crisis and financial difficulties.

what happened to the rebels in shays rebellion

It was the farm owners who rebelled in Shays' Rebellion. The rebellion occurred in Massachusetts and was led by Daniel Shays. Another prominent leader of the rebellion was Luke Day.

Shays' Rebellion took place in 1786 and 1787. The rebellion took place in Massachusetts, and was named after its leader, Daniel Shays.

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Shays Rebellion was caused by foreclosures on farmers properties.

Shays rebellion showed that the Constitution was weak Whiskey rebellion showed that the constitution was strong

The rebellion that led to the closing of courts in Massachusetts was Shays' Rebellion, named after its leader, Daniel Shays. The rebellion was eventually crushed.

No Daniel Shays did not died in the Shays's Rebellion. After his rebellion fail, he was condamened to a death penalty. Even tho others of his rebellion were granted forgiveness, Daniel Shays was not one of them because the govenment was very scared of him and what he was capable of doing. Then he was killed.

Shays Rebellion began in August 1786 and ended on February 27, 1787.

It is false that Shays' Rebellion was carried out to support a weak central government. The rebellion was carried out by farmers who were upset with the courts taking their farms.

taxing on Massachusetts farmer's land made Daniel Shays and a bunch of other farmers made and that caused the Shays Rebellion.

Yes, Daniel Shays led Shays' Rebellion. Because judges kept seizing farmer's land and putting the farmers in jail for not paying taxes.

Shay's Rebellion was trying to prove to the government that they were taxing the lands too high. So they burned down buildings and killed people where involved with the high taxing. Does that help?

the shays rebellion was from 1796 to 1787.

Shays' Rebellion was an armed uprising in central and western Massachusetts (mainly Springfield) from 1786 to 1787.

Shays Rebellion made people ask for the Articles of Confederation to be revised.(:

Shays' Rebellion led some to the believe that the U.S. Constitution should create a more powerful federal government. The rebellion was led in part by Daniel Shays.

Shays' Rebellion convinced people that under the Articles of Confederation, the national government was too weak to enforce laws. The rebellion was led by Daniel Shays.

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