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Why were poll taxes created

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What sparked the beginning of the Civil War

When Abraham Lincoln was elected president what was the result for the southern states

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Q: What war did the colonists finally band together to stand as one nation against the british government?
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How did the colonists work together to oppose British actions?

They worked together and spoke out against British government and the committees of correspondence were formed


Why did colonists speak out against British government?

I cant


Why did the Colonists begin a revolution against the British?

To protect their liberties against an increasingly tyrannical British government.


During which of the following wars did the colonists finally band together to stand as one nation against the British government?

Revolutionary War


Which did not cause the colonists to grieveances against the british government?

because they were buttheads


What type of colonists would have been unlikely to have grievances against the British government by April 1775?

All colonists would have had a grievance against the British government by April 1775. This was due to the invasions that the British troops conducted, the unfair taxation on products needed by the colonists, and other such unfair treatment that the British were passing to these people.


What were Colonists called who fought against the british?

Colonists that fought against the British were called "Patriots"


Why did the declaration of independence list complaints against British government?

The purpose of listing complaints against the British government is to provide a good reason for rebelling against British rule, so that other colonists will agree to support the revolution.


What event in 1765 caused the colonists to violently protest against the British government?

the stamp act


Who joined the colonists fight against the British?

The country that helped the colonists fight against the British was France.


What led the American colonists to rebel against British rule?

The British government taxed the American colonists to an extreme and treated them unfairly. The colonists even drew up a document stating their grievances against the King and when it was ignored they rebelled. But it was mainly taxes.


Which colonists would have been unlikely to have grievances against the British government by April 1775?

none, all colonists were highly and strictly against all the undecided taxation rules the british had layed upon the colonists without it being even addressed in the Parliament.

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