Chapter 6-pgs 169-174

Chapter 6-pgs 169-174 - A.P. US Mods 6/7/8 Notes for pgs....

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A.P. US Artem Kholodenko Mods 6/7/8 0109 Notes for pgs. 169-174 America’s 1     st     Civil War     The Loyalists Share Ideas with Whigs Opposing the Wings Loyalist Numbers Vary Recent Immigrants Join the   Fight French Catholics Join Too Britain Ordered to Free   Canada and Lose the Battle - The Revolution not only put a number of Americans against the  Brits, but also made civil unrest within the colonies which would  later bring the colonists together to hold the USA as a whole - Even after the revolution, about 20% of the whites opposed the  events and said that they were uncalled for; these were the  loyalists  (Tories), enemies of the Whigs - Loyalists shared some ideals with the Whigs, and opposed the  Parliament tax, yet fought for it during the opposition; many did  change sides during the war - Loyalists didn’t want separation because it would cause  unnecessary war - From 1772-1776 leaders in N. England, Virg. Gentry, and S.  Carolina planters were all for political education and popular  mobilization and no more than 5% were loyalists in 1776 - N. Y. and N. J. were uneasy to pick sides, and the loyalists had a  larger representation there, but later the 2 states produced ½ of  the 21,000 loyalists who fought in the war
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