The Revolutionary War was an insurrection by American Patriots in the thirteen colonies to British rule, resulting in American independence. The American Revolution not only remains revolutionary because of its bringing of a self-government civilization to Britain, but The Sons of Liberty and their actions, The French & Indian War and how it ended, and […]

Washington Irving’s myth is about a male who’s named Rip Van Winkle, and that he lived in a tiny town close to the Hudson Valley. All of the people in the town really like him because he would help anyone or anything that needed the help. Anyone that knew him is happy with but not […]

George Washington was an American political leader, military general, and Founding Father who also served as the first president of the United States from 1789 to 1797. He led Patriot forces to victory in the Revolutionary War, and he presided at the Constitutional Convention of 1787, which established the new federal government. He has been […]

Following the Revolutionary War and the signing of the Declaration of Independence, the United States of America fell into an interval of peace and nationalism as a result of triumph over Great Britain. Although this victory was one that made a notable impact on American history, it was not a long-term solution for the controversy […]

Although the Treaty of Ghent established that neither side could claim victory, I believe the War of 1812 can be considered as America’s “Second War of Independence.” Just as Americans had no other choice left but to declare war to have the grievances by Britain stopped in the American Revolution, so also was the case […]

The following essay is presented by both teams that battled in ‘The War of 1812’. This essay will continuously state the many causes that eventually lead to the war, also known as, the second american war for independence. The war was ignited by complex causes, as well as an inconclusive outcome. The war, initially, began […]

While the principal mainland congress met in 1774 to make a rundown of protests about the manner in which Britain was treating the provinces, the ruler and parliament trusted they reserved the privilege to assess the settlements since they required a couple of sorts of obligations from the homesteaders to help pay for the French […]

While the first continental congress met in 1774 to make a list of complaints about the way Britain was treating the colonies , the king and parliament believed they had the right to tax the colonies because they chose to require a few sorts of duties from the homesteaders to help pay for the French […]

The Start To A Long Debate After the colonial victory in the American Revolution, the colonies were left in an economic depression. Many colonists longed for a more concentrated federal power in hopes for standardized fiscal and monetary power as well as more consistent conflict management. On the other hand, others felt that centralizing American […]

Throughout most of history humans have been controlled by absolute monarchies or regimes run by a single family. As well as given very few liberties and the ability to freely live their lives. It wasn’t until around the 1500’s that certain individuals began to freely think for themselves without the influence of their government and […]

On January 11, 1755 or 1757, the exact date is unknown, on the island of Nevis in the West Indies, one of our founding fathers Alexander Hamilton was born. His parents were Rachel Fawcett Lavien, his mother, who was of British and French huguenot descent, and James Hamilton, his father, a Scottish trader. Before Alexander […]

In 1775, when the Revolutionary War started, Hamilton turned out to be a piece of the New York Provincial Artillery Company and battled in the clashes of Long Island, White Plains and Trenton. In 1777, after Hamilton battled in that year’s clashes of Brandywine Creek, Germantown and Princeton, he was elevated to lieutenant colonel of […]

All the pressure was on him to lead the army that could be the biggest impact on the independence of the country. Washington was born on his father’s Pope Creek tobacco farm on February 22, 1732 (George Washington Birthplace National Monument 1). Parents were Mary Ball Washington and Augustine Washington (George Washington Birthplace National Monument […]

An eventful time in American History, full of pride, bloodshed, self-realization, and building of an independent nation. A nation that was fought for and built, creating things, the very things that make America the great country it is today. A rebellion that would change the world, in a matter of nearly a decade of unrest […]

In 1763 the Great britain spent 60 Million dollars on the colonies to protect then from the French.So the Great Britain asked for some money cause they were in depth and the colonies said no. The Great Britain was not very happy so they taxed them.In 1764 the Great Britain started something called the sugar […]

During the 18th century, Britain was being in a very strong time. Their industry and technology developed rapidly, which helped their military to expand. Especially the navy, at that time, the advanced technology helps the British navy became the most powerful army in the whole world. As well as they also have a lot of […]

I’m sure you’ve heard of the American Revolution or maybe the Revolutionary War? The American Revolution was a very harsh as well as hard time for our country. This war was fought between American Patriots in the thirteen colonies and the British men. Due to growing and increasing tensions between residents of Great Britain’s 13 […]

Many people know about the American Revolution. People know why the American Revolution started but we are going to look at the specific reasons. Some of the reasons the American Revolution started was because of taxation without representation, they wanted their freedom from Great Brittan, and the federal government made the states pay the war […]

The Boston Tea Party was a political protest that occured on December 16, 1773. At Griffin’s Wharf in Boston Massachusetts. American colonist, frustrated and angry at britain for imposing “taxation without representation”. Dumped 342 chest of british tea into the harbor. This act was a major defiance to british rule over colonist. It showed great […]

During the Revolutionary War, colonists were getting furiously tired of the tax acts. In protest of the latest Tea Act of 1773 where the British East India Company was granted a monopoly on selling tea in the American colonies, American patriots decided to stage a protest on December 16, 1773 dressed as Mohawk Indians per […]

On the night of December 16, 1773, about 60 Boston colonists disguised themselves as Mohawk Indians and boarded three East India Company ships. They were on a mission to dump the 342 crates of tea onboard into the Boston Harbor as retaliation for taxation without representation. Roughly 92,000 pounds (46 tons) of tea was now […]

Although acts such as the quartering acts, stamp act, and so on, led to the rise of the Boston Tea Party, the Tea Act was the last straw for the colonist. The Tea Act of 1773, allowed the British Indian Company to sell its tea directly to the colonies, underminding colonia tea merchants. Inspite of […]

Bostonians, like Philadelphians and New Yorkers were involved in the Dutch trade, that is, smuggling of tea and other commodities and got into colonial non-importation agreements. However, some Bostonian traders violated the nonimportation treaties by importing tea. This essay discusses the significance of the Boston tea Party, Events that provoked the Tea party, impact of […]

The Boston Massacre         The Boston Massacre took place in 1770 outside the Boston Customs House. More than one hundred Bostonians confronted a band of nine British soldiers near a sentry box outside the Boston Customs House (Gale, 1999). Tensions between the Bostonians and the British soldiers rose, and the British ended up fatally wounding five […]

Before the American Revolution, preachers and philosophers like John Locke developed many ideas that would influence American colonists to question Britain’s intentions. Born in 1632 in Wrighton, Somerset, Locke was born as a son of a lawyer. Later on, he was a student at Christ Church, Oxford from 1652- 1667. In 1666, Locke met Anthony […]

Alexander Hamilton was born in Charlestown, Nevis, in the West Indies on January 11, 1757, to James Hamilton, who was a Scottish merchant of St. Christopher, and to his mother’s name was Rachel Fawcett. Rachel’s father was a Huguenot physician and planter. While very young, she had been married and divorced After her divorce, the […]

Since the late 14th century, the Freemasons have established themselves as a society with great influence, power, and mystique. For centuries the notorious society influenced many aspects of various civilizations throughout the course of history. Some of these facets include politics, economics, culture, and social life. The subject of Freemasonry during the United States’ rise […]

Look down at a dollar bill and you will see one of the most famous early American colonists, George Washington. George Washington is one of the most recognizable figures in American history due to his vast contributions to the country during the American Revolution and continuing after. He is an iconic figure in American history, […]

George Washington was born on February 22, 1732 and is one of the most well known public American figures that has helped transform the United States into what it is today. George Washington is known as a Founding Father of the United States amongst others which include Thomas Jefferson, John Jay, John Adams, and Alexander […]

Revolutions have changed the world as we know it today. In order for a revolution to occur, you need to unite a group of people around a common purpose for which you are trying to achieve. Seeing as a revolution is defined as a period or instance of significant change or radical alteration and revolutionary […]

The French Revolution and American Revolution do share some similarities, yet there are a number of differences between the two revolutions. One of the main differences was the overall context of the revolutions. There is even some debate about whether or not the American Revolution was a revolution at all, as Palmer describes it as […]

The Revolutionary War America’s freedom did not come easily. Americans were neglected and troubled by Great Britain. Something had to change. Something sparked rebellion. They couldn’t stand it any longer: America needed freedom from Britain. America started a rebellion. Some merchants started smuggling goods from other countries to avoid paying Britain. Britain wanted to tax […]

The American Revolution was caused by the French and Indian War, the Proclamation Line of 1763, Navigation acts, lack of colonial representation, and violent colonial resistance. Even though the French and Indian War succeeded in giving Great Britain an enormous amount of territory in North America, it was also immensely expensive. In an attempt to […]

According to Harriet Beecher Stowe, an American abolitionist Women are the architect of the society. Women played a key role in the construction of American society. However, the Declaration of Independence of the United States excludes many people. The document declares that all men are created equal but it did not mention women. While women […]

In the early 19th century, Americans experienced both social and political impact significantly due to emerging cultural changes. While religion reformed the much of the 19th century it was able to impact both political and social aspects of the Americas, through abolition and temperance it was able to bring about these changes with religion. The […]

Therefore in this paper, I am going to internally discuss the technicalities that involved the American Revolution on the religious and political perspective. We are going to how and why people developed a perspective on the holiness and how justified the war was for the people of America and why the British had to leave […]

What made the American Revolution, so revolutionary was the independence America gained after defeating Great Britain, and the disappearance of nobility thereafter. Because America had won the war, change had swept the nation unlike ever before. America officially becoming a republic after breaking away from Great Britain, which at the time of the revolution had […]

The year 1775 was when John Murray organized a colonial military unit called the Ethiopian Regiment that had over 30,000 black slaves who leave their masters to join their organization. They were promised freedom if they joined Lord Dunmore to fight against the rebels in the revolutionary war, many of them however, died or were […]

I am leaning more towards the American Revolution being both revolutionary as well as conservative. After the French and Indian war, Britain gained territory in North American, but was also in financial turmoil due to the war. Because of this, Britain began taxing the colonies, tremendously. Taxes, such as the Townshend’s Act and the Stamp […]

The American Revolution was a war fought by and for the common-man. The colonies were designed to enrich the British government and to extend their empire into the New World. In 1651, England established the Navigation Acts to enforce trade between England and the colonies. Furthermore, In 1733, they further established the Molasses Act, in […]

After the American Revolution there was a slow change occuring in the new nation. New ideas in the minds of citizens. Views on women and slaves were changing mostly for the better. New state constitutions allowing new rights. Freedom of religion being brought to the nation at last. Although many things had stayed the same […]

It would be agreed that for the British Colonists, the year of 1763 was seen as a great watershed in American History. On that note, throughout the years of 1756-1763, was a time period of salutary neglect that lead to the French and Indian war, in which the British called it the Seven Years War. […]

The Latin American Revolution During the early 18th century the creoles played a major role in the Latin America revolution. Several countries were fed up with the Spanish control because of the reforms forced onto them. Keeping in mind this occurred while they faced oppression from the natives’ due to the fact they were not […]

Introduction In the book, An Empire Divided: The American Revolution and the British Caribbean, the author Andrew Jackson O’Shaughnessy takes up a relatively unexplored topic from the early history of the United States and the Caribbean. He was not hesitant in letting the reader know the uniqueness of his book several times. Andrew O’Shaughnessy studied […]

Justification of the American Revolution In the mid-1700s, the thirteen American colonies launched an uprising which was aimed at gaining independence from Britain. The Americans were questioning Britain’s authority and this had begun as early as the French and Indian war . The Americans were in every right, aspect as well as mind to take […]

The American Revolution is not an accurate name for what transpired in North America in the 1770’s to the 1780’s. A far more accurate name for what went down would be: The White American Revolution. The American Revolution in many ways reinforced the Patriot’s relationship and commitment of that relationship to slavery. That’s not to […]

Revolutionary soldiers were altogether different from British soldiers and mercenaries. In battle this had a major affect. They battled savagely, brilliantly, and viably. While the Colonists were dwarfed generally, the Americans really had many favorable circumstances. This fight was taken extremely close to home to the Colonists since they were battling for a reason they […]

The American Revolution The Occurrence American Revolution was justified as it had tremendous ramification on different spheres of the American nation. The revolutionary war affected the politics, economy and democratic advancement and contributed to the emancipation of the American people from the oppressive rule of the British. The fact that the American Revolution led to […]

Economic Reasons, self-determination, and grievances all took part in the cause of the American Revolution. The Americans were angry because the British forced Americans to pay taxes on goods. The Americans were tired of unfair treatment and laws so they decided to revolt to start their own country. Causes : The Reasons Why The Americans […]

The primary source- Abigail Adams, Letters to John Adams and His Reply (1776). It is the most famous letter addressed to her husband who took an active part in the creation of the Declaration of Independence. The period of 1775-1783 is famous for one of the biggest events in world history, the war in the […]

The American Revolution, how did it effect America? How did it evolve if it did? Before we answer any of those questions we must first answer the question of what the American revolution really was. The American revolution was something that some believed was inevitable due to the fact that the British government tried to […]

Based on the views of the two it is clear that they provide it based on whether or not the founding father were democratic reformers at all. Between this two arguments, the young case gives out a more convincing evidence based on the same matter. John p. Roche on the other side opposes that the […]