Paul Revere's Rebellion To Revolution

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The American Revolution brought about triumph of the United States, but the success of the country wasn't always so sure and the need for liberty didn’t seem easily as attainable as the people at the time thought it would be. The only thing that was standing in the way of the colonist was the most powerful army in the world; but the feeling to be free, to be independent, and to be its own powerful country was what fueled these men. In 1775 battles between colonists and representatives of the British power intensified and in order to calm things down of what the King thought was a meaningless rebellion, he sent Red Coats from the British Army. In spite of their efforts, days and months went. The Red Coats and the King saw the colonists strength, their courage and their determination.…show more content…
The video goes over the important events of the war, from the famous Paul Revere’s midnight ride to the capture of Fort Ticonderoga. The early stages of the rebellion changed the militiamen for the best. They were once thought to be an unorganized and disgusting group men who only complained about taxes and the power of the Crown. They soon realized that this fight was more than they thought they could handle. Rebellion to Revolution describes the process of the Revolution and how America became a
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