Group role if any played in the revolution effect of

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Group Role, if any, played in the Revolution Effect of the Revolution on the group Political, economic, or social effects of the war on the group Men colonists Men were asked to fight for the cause of freedom from the British Though many had given their lives, they did so because of the cause for freedom. The new government was forming, but there was not much change on this group of men. Women colonists Without the men around, the women had to take some of the roles men had, such as tending to farming, and taking care of everything around their homes Many women made widows, also many had lost their eldest children to the war. Laws did change and woman also started gaining new freedoms from woman's oppression. Some new rights were set into place for woman, but nothing significant had changed until many years later. Black slaves and freed Blacks Asked to fight for both sides to gain freedom, after a certain amount of time, they were free, but if they stayed they would be paid a certain amount. Many had died, but those that did live long enough some were set free, other sent back to their masters, and then many escaped to the north where they could be free. Nothing changed in the south for blacks, but in the north, they were a free people, and started to have some rights. Native Americans The natives picked a side and fought for that side. Many of them had died in this war, and they lost a lot of land. They lost a lot of land to the Americans and were forced further west as the Americans started to expand. Cite and reference all sourced material consistent with APA guidelines. Schultz, K. (NA). Hist2 [University of Phoenix Custom Edition eBook]. NA, NA: Cengage Learning. Retrieved from University of Phoenix, HIS115 US History to 1865 website.

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