The Revolutionary War: Slavery In The United States

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The American Revolution brought independence to slaves, colonists, Native Americans, and women. The Revolutionary War made the United States and France allies go against Great Britain. France made a choice to assist the United States military until they received independence from Great Britain. The Revolution had a huge part in slavery, such as bringing conflict between slavery and liberty because the North prohibited slavery. The South did not believe that slavery should be abolished. Many slaves had to fight in the war to earn their freedom after the war. But many of the slaves were back into slavery. Many of the slaves escaped from slavery while some moved to Canada or New England, and others stayed to live in the South. Throughout the timeline African Americans were able to vote.…show more content…
113, 2009) The native population suffered from the Revolutionary War because violence and diseases had declined their
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