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Q: By the end of the war African Americans were enlisted in every state except?
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They wanted to make money, and also become free after they serve their time.as the need for soldiers grew, some states ignored the ban and enlisted African Americans.Rhode Island raised an all-African American regiment in 1778.By the war's end,every state except South Carolina enlisted African Americans tofightHistorians estimate that as many as 5,00 African American joined the patriots.Among them were Lemuel Hayes and Peter Salem, who fought at concord.African Americans fought for the sam reasons as other Americans they belived in the patriot cause or they needed the money.Some soldiers were enslaved africans who had run away from slaveholders.Others fought to earn their freedom


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You FALSE STATEMENT (provided in the form of a spurious "question") is historically inaccurate! MANY, MANY, MANY of the African-Americans BOTH enlisted and fought in the American Revolution (often with the promise of 'freedom' in return). In fact, the first soldier to die in the American Revolution was an African-American (AA) named Crispus Attucks and U.S. museums are loaded with memorials of AAs who fought valiantly in EVERY war fought either in or by the United States.


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t You FALSE STATEMENT (provided in the form of a spurious "question") is historically inaccurate! MANY, MANY, MANY of the African-Americans BOTH enlisted and fought in every American war -- from the American Revolution (often with the promise of 'freedom' in return) to the Gulf Wars in the Middle East. In fact, the first soldier to die in the American Revolution was an African-American (AA) named Crispus Attucks and U.S. museums are loaded with memorials of AAs who fought valiantly in EVERY war fought either in or by the United States.


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