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Why did the British have an advantage the Revolutionary War?
What Were the Advantages of the British Army in the Revolutionary War? One of the major advantages of the British army was that it was one of the most powerful and experienced armies in the world. The British army was also funded by the British government and the Crown, which was very wealthy.
How could the British government have prevented the Revolutionary War?
How could the British government have prevented the American Revolution? By allowing colonists to elect representatives to Parliament. You just studied 10 terms!
Why was the Revolutionary War not avoidable?
The American Revolution was not avoidable because the king wanted complete control over the colonies.
What made it difficult for Britain to win the Revolutionary War?
Because of their inability to control the countryside, the British found it difficult to protect Loyalists from the fury of patriots, who sometimes tarred and feathered and even murdered those who remained loyal to the Crown.
What were the effects of the French and Indian War on America?
Europeans continued to enter the country following the French and Indian War, and they continued their aggression against Native Americans. Another consequence of allying with Europeans was that Native Americans were often fighting neighboring tribes.
How was indigenous resistance to becoming “Americanized” viewed by white Americans?
Indigenous peoples’ resistance to becoming “Americanized” was viewed as “uncivilized” and “threatening” to white Americans.
What were the negative effects of the Dawes Act on indigenous tribes?
The negative effects of the Dawes Act on Indigenous tribes would result in the enactment of the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934, the so-called “Indian New Deal.” The Dawes Act was a U.S. law enacted in 1887 for the stated purpose of assimilating Indigenous peoples into White society.
What were the natural barriers of the River Valley Civilization?
The natural barriers of this River Valley Civilization included the Himalaya Mountains and large deserts, but no natural barrier in the north (which made them build a wall as a barrier). What would be an appropriate title for the diagram above?