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One of the Patriots’ greatest strengths was their A. reliance on local militia. B. well-trained soldiers. C. superior troop numbers. D. persistence in fighting.
D. persistence in fighting. One of the Patriots? greatest strengths was their persistence in fighting.
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User: One of the Patriots’ greatest strengths was their A. reliance on local militia. B. well-trained soldiers. C. superior troop numbers. D. persistence in fighting.

Weegy: D. persistence in fighting. One of the Patriots? greatest strengths was their persistence in fighting.
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User: What is one effect of the battles fought on the western frontier during the American Revolution? A. White settlers reached a peaceful truce with Native Americans. B. Hostility between white settlers and Native Americans deepened. C. White settlers persuaded Native Americans to attack British troops. D. Native Americans willingly gave up their land to the Patriots.

Weegy: B. Hostility between white settlers and Native Americans deepened.
sipichapie|Points 4512|

User: Which of the following groups led violent protests against British taxation in the colonies? A. Sons of Liberty B. Virginia House of Burgesses C. Parliament D. Daughters of Liberty

Weegy: A. Sons of Liberty led violent protests against British taxation in the colonies.
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User: Which event led to the siege of Yorktown? A. authorization to end the war at Yorktown B. restriction of the British food supply C. the British bombardment of Yorktown D. the British occupation of Yorktown

Weegy: The answer is "authorization to end the war at Yorktown".
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User: Fighting began in Lexington and Concord when British troops A. thought colonial soldiers had fired on them. B. captured Paul Revere. C. came to arrest colonial leaders and take colonial weapons. D. arrived, looking for the Second Continental Congress.

User: Which of the following advantages was held by the British at the beginning of the war? A. They had won the hearts and minds of the colonists. B. The British army had more weapons and ships than the Continental Army. C. British generals respected the fighting powers of their opponents. D. All the soldiers fighting for the British were personally dedicated to the war.

Weegy: B. The British army had more weapons and ships than the Continental Army was held by the British at the beginning of the war.
OxTornado007|Points 4958|

User: Loyalists believed Patriots A. were breaking the law. B. should return to England. C. should support British taxation. D. were too aristocratic.

Weegy: Loyalists believed Patriots : A. were breaking the law.
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User: Why did slavery continue after the Revolution? A. Slave labor was important to the New England economy. B. The colonial government encouraged manumission. C. British, Loyalists, and Patriots all agreed that liberty did not extend to slaves. D. The Southern plantation economy depended on slavery.

Weegy: D. The Southern plantation economy depended on slavery.





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