ATF Ch4 - After the Fact Chapter 4-Response 2. In what ways...

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After the Fact Chapter 4-Response 2. In what ways did the role and activities of African Americans push Americans toward independence even though the Declaration is largely silent on the subject? p j j Thus the actions of African American helped push the delegates in Congress toward their final decision for independence, even though the Declaration remained largely silent on the subject. By striking for liberty, slaves encouraged the British to use them as an element in their war against the American. v v v v F e F e t s l v White fears were confirmed when a black harbor pilot, Tomas Jeremiah, was arrested tried , hanged and burned to death for plotting an insurrection that would enlist the help of the British navy. v v v v F e F e By 1775 unrest among black slaves was common in many areas of the Carolinas and Georgia. f v 7 Blacks African-Americans, slaves and free blacks, served on both sides during the war. Black soldiers served in northern militias from the outset, but this was forbidden in the South, where
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ATF Ch4 - After the Fact Chapter 4-Response 2. In what ways...

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