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How did the American colonists feel about the proclamation and why did they feel this way?

The Proclamation of 1763 greatly angered the colonists. They had fought with the British to defeat the French and gained the lands beyond the Appalachians hoping to settle there. The proclamation banned colonial settlement in the area.

Who was Frances Marion?

Francis Marion was called the Swamp Fox. He served in the American Revolution.

A map of the American Revolutionary War?

-fort Ticonderoga was fought in 1775 won by the british in ny the fought again in 1777 won by the americans. -quebec was fought in ny also (very highest left corner) british won -long island was fought in the new jersey bay area and british won -trenton was fought in the north top of deleware won by the americans - brandywine was fought inmaryland won by the british -saratoga was fought in the middle of ny and the colonists won! thats all i know off the top of my head !!!!!! :0)

Canada was invaded by the combined forces of who?

Canada was invaded by the American Patriots with the help of Canadian Regiments during the American Revolution. They fought against the British Army and the British Quebec Canadian Militia. The result was a defeat for the American Patriots.

What happened in 1784 of the American revolution?

The Colonist's, (American's), fought for their right's and freedom's from the English Empire, (British). The French, due to their hatred of the English fought with the American's while the Hessian (German mercenaries) fought for the British. The indentured servants and slaves fought for both sides, more on the British side feeling the British to be the better, 'stronger team' to be on. The American's won, and that is how the 'great experiment' began. The Great experiment is the belief that 'man' could govern him/her self. This would be the first time ever in History that this was tried.

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Are bluecoats American or British?

Bluecoats were Colonial Americans. The British were the Redcoats. The Colonial Americans were British subjects who fought the mother country for their independence and won it after a revolution.

What were the battles benedcit Arnold fought in?

Benidict Arnold fought in the american revolution He First Led The Colonial army in small groups in small battles then he became a traitor and was a traitor to the Colonial Army And Started To Fight for the british and he led the British At The Last Battle Of The American Reveloution Which Was The Battle OF Yorktown The Colonial Army Though Got The British In A Trap And the colonial army made a circle around the british And started firing and at some point benedict arnold was forced to surrender

What were the names of the colonial that fought in American revolution?


What did the British offer slaves in return for their help?

During the American Revolution, the British offered freedom to enslaved individuals who fought for their side in exchange for their service. This tactic was intended to weaken the colonial forces and bolster the British ranks.

Why did America and the British fight?

The America and British fought because taxation with out representation they paid taxes with out someone representing them in Parliament <><><> The reasons for American dissatisfaction with the British government are spelled out in the Declaration of Independence- about halfway down. The link below will take you to the text of the Declaration.

Who was in the battle of Lexington and conord?

The Battles of Lexington and Concord were fought between British forces consisting of British Army, British Marines and Royal Artillery and Colonial American "Minutemen" formally known as the Militia of the Province of Massachusetts Bay.

What armies fought at Yorktown?

british, american, and french fought there. british had 8,000 people american had 9,500 people and french had 8,800 people

What happened on April 19 1775?

The US colonial militia (Minutemen) fought the British Army in Lexington and Concord, beginning the American Revolution (Revolutionary War, 1775-1783).

Who was a colonist who fought for the British during the American Revolution?

Benedict Arnold fought for the Patriots but sold secrets to the British.

Who won the war of the battle of concord?

The battle of Concord was fought between American colonial militia and British soldiers. While there were no clear winners, the colonial militias successfully defended their territory, inflicting heavy casualties on the British troops and forcing them to retreat. Ultimately, the battle is seen as a turning point in the American Revolutionary War.

Why did the British oppose the American Revolution?

Because the British had already fought a war in North America. The French were a formidable enemy at that time and the British had to spend alot of resources. This is why Americans were so heavily taxed in the time period before the Revolutionary War. This taxation led to a hatred of the British by Americans. In short the British opposed American independence for no other reason than their colony, which created a handsome revenue.

Who was a french aristocrat who fought with the American colonists against the British in the American Revolutionary War?

Two such individuals come to mind immediately, the Marquis de Lafayette and Count of Rochambeau. Both lead American Colonial and French troops on the side of the Colonials against the British.