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what is one efgfect of the battles fought on the western frontier durign american resolution?
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when did the american revolution ended?
Weegy: At the suggestion of Marquis de Lafayette suggested that the American and French armies unite in order to challenge Cornwallis in Yorktown, the peninsula where the York and the James river meet. [ After the French Navy forced the British ships out of the Chesapeake Bay and held them out as to prevent Cornwallis from being rescued or assisted by sea. Once they forced the British out of the Bay the French and the Americans bombarded Cornwallis and his troops constantly until they surrendered on October 17, 1781. After 2 days of waiting, George Washington, the French generals, and their troops gathered as Cornwallis sent his representation General Charles O'Hara, to give Washington, and the his French allies his sword in surrender. In 1782 the peace talks had begun in Paris, they were concluded in September of 1783 when the Treaty of Paris was signed. The Treaty of Paris, which ended the war was signed on September 3rd, 1782. However, the treaty was approved and became official on April 17th, 1783. Read more: ] (More)
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The American Revolution officially ended on April 17th, 1783 when the Treaty of Paris was signed and concluded.
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what is one effect of the battles fought on the western frontier durign american resolution?
Weegy: Indian allies of George III were busy and were paid bounties for American scalps. 1777 was known as "the bloody year" on the frontier, yet the tide moving west did not stop. [ In the Illinois country British troops were vulnerable to attack because they had scattered posts which they had captured from the French. George Rodger Clark came up with the idea of seizing these forts by surprise and floated down the Ohio River with 175 men capturing the forts. Read more: ] (More)
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what wasOne effect of the Alien and Sedition Acts
Weegy: The four Alien and Sedition Acts (1798) were designed to prevent public expressions against Federalist policies during the Quasi-War with France. [ To the extent that they criminalized dissent and threatened new immigrants, they impinged upon the concepts of free speech and the rights of states in the US. Read more: ] (More)
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