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Q: What did colonists did to work together.?
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It gave the colonies a sense of unity of purpose, and encouraged them to work together to meet the problems posed by British rule and taxation.


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He meant that unless the colonists who wanted independence worked for it together,or they would all be hanged as traitors by the British government if they did not work together.


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It gave the colonies a sense of unity of purpose, and encouraged them to work together to meet the problems posed by British rule and taxation.


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It gave the colonies a sense of unity of purpose, and encouraged them to work together to meet the problems posed by British rule and taxation.


What factor best tied the colonists together?

Trade.


What did Benjamin Franklin mean when he said gentlemen we must all hang together or we shall all hang separately?

He meant that unless the colonists who wanted independence worked for it together,or they would all be hanged as traitors by the British government if they did not work together.


What valuable lesson did the colonists learn from the french and Indian war?

This war changed the way of thinking for the colonists. During the war the colonists fought alongside the British Army. This taught the colonist how to fight as well as making the colonist realize that they no longer needed the British Army for protection. Another result of this war was the colonists learned they must work together to keep their land.