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Part 2Completethe grid by describing the effects of the Revolution on each group. GroupRole, if any, played in theRevolutionEffect of the Revolution on thegroupPolitical, economic, or socialeffects of the war on thegroupMen colonistsFought in the militias and armies, and were also captains of industry.Because the military were mostly men, most of the wartime casualties were men.Men (as a group) had and maintained most of the politicaland economic power during and after the war.Women colonistsNot only cared for the homes and families, since colonists could no longer import clothing from Britain, they started to weave, and knit their own clothes, as well as clothes for the families. Women sometimes followed the camps in order to keep their families fed. Especially those who were married to soldiers. They fed and clothed their families by making or mending clothes and doing laundryBlack slaves and freed BlacksJoined in the war effort by joining the militias and armiesThere was little effect on the group.For freedom, for monetary gain, or for altruistic reasons, there was little effect on the group as a whole. Many were still enslaved after the war was done.Native AmericansSome joined the Patriot cause, whileothers sided with the British and yet others were neutral. Their motivations were varied.There was little effect on the group.There was little in the way of political effects. The tribes weresimply trying to hold on to the land and possessions they already had. Some traded with colonials, and yet others traded
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