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UNIT 2.4 LEGACY OF THE WAR MR LANGHORST
List and explain 4 major reasons why the colonists defeated the British in the Revolutionary War?
1. Better leadership Colonial leaders made better adjustments and were not cocky
2. Foreign aid to help the coloniesFrance and Spain helped the colonies
3. Knowledge of the land British could control the coasts but not the inland
4. Colonial motivation Colonists were fighting for their families and property
The British left for good in November of 1783
44. How many years did the Revolutionary War take to fight?
The Revolutionary War lasts roughly 8 years (1775 to 1783)Second longest war in U.S. history – Vietnam was the longest
44. How many Patriots were killed44. How many Patriots were killed? How many British soldiers were killed?
Patriots lost about 25,700 Americans plus about 1,400 missingAround 8,200 Americans were wounded
The British had about 10,000 soldiers killed
45. How were the Patriots who fought in the war rewarded after the war?
Many got very little or no paySome were given some land in the West, many sold it for money
46. Describe the financial status of the United States government at the end of the war.
Since Congress borrowed money during the war the new United States owed $27 million(Today that amount would be about $13.3 billion)
47. What happens to the Loyalists in the colonies?
An estimated 60,000 to 100,000 Loyalists left during and after the war
Many of the Loyalists left and moved to Canada
48. TREATY OF PARIS
The TREATY OF PARIS – 1783 was the document which officially ended the Revolutionary War
49. List the 6 conditions of the Treaty of Paris:
1. United States was an independent nation
2. Boundaries for the U.S. would be:Mississippi River to west Canada to north Spanish Florida to south
3. United States could fish off Canada’s Atlantic Coast
GRAND BANKS FISHING AREA
4) Each side would have to repay all debts
No, many debts were not paid off and land not returned to the Loyalists
5) British would return any enslaved persons they had capturedMany slaves were not returned, however
6) Congress would recommend that states return any property they had taken from Loyalists
50. How did the Treaty of Paris impact the Native Americans?
Native Americans were ignored when new boundaries were createdAs settlers continued to move west, Native American land was taken from them
51. ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION
The Article of Confederation are our first national governmentGives most power to the states and little power to the national government It is a disaster……….
52. VIRGINIA STATUE OF RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom gives people the right to worship religion of their choice…..But also keeps government separate from religion
53. What is the greatest challenge faced by the new United States?
The greatest challenge we face is getting the 13 states to act together as one nation
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