d An Anglican minister in New York wanting to expand his congregation e A

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d.An Anglican minister in New York wanting to expand his congregation.e.A Virginia landowner wanting to increase his holdings west of the Appalachian Mountains.ANS:DDIF:DifficultREF:Full p. 218 | Seagull p. 232OBJ:4. Explain how the Revolution diminished the freedoms of both Loyalists and Native 32.In regard to Loyalists during the American Revolution:4. Explain how the Revolution diminished the freedoms of both Loyalists and Native 33.What key role did Loyalist exiles serve in Canada?a.They helped inspire future rebellions in Canada.b.Most wanted to ban slavery in Canada.c.They hoped to mount an attack on the United States in order to restore it as a British colony.d.They pushed for an alliance with France.e.They refused to trade goods with the United States.ANS:ADIF:DifficultREF:Full p. 221 | Seagull p. 233OBJ:4. Explain how the Revolution diminished the freedoms of both Loyalists and Native 34.After the American Revolution, who held the balance of power between the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi River?
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4. Explain how the Revolution diminished the freedoms of both Loyalists and Native 35.What role did Native Americans play in the Revolutionary War?a.They all allied themselves with the British, who promised to protect them against American encroachment.b.They all allied themselves with the Americans, since the British had failed to protect them against American encroachment.c.Most tribes officially maintained neutrality but secretly aided one side or the other.d.They divided their allegiance, just as white Americans did.e.They volunteered to fight in the Continental army, but George Washington rejected them.ANS:DDIF:EasyREF:Full p. 222 | Seagull p. 236OBJ:4. Explain how the Revolution diminished the freedoms of both Loyalists and Native 36.General John Sullivan:
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