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DBQ on identity and unity of the colonies at the eve of the revolutionary war
<Tab/>The revolutionary war was a fine example of unity and a great sense of identity. During, the revolutionary era there were many examples of colonial unity as a group and as a soon to be country. The strength of the revolution was dependent on their unity. The colonists had a strong sense identity and unity by the eve of the revolutionary war.
<Tab/>The identity of the colonists was showed in many ways throughout history. The colonists wanted to be a separate entity from their mother country, England. The identity of the colonists was shown in a speech to pa…
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- DBQ on identity and unity of the colonies at the eve of the revolutionary war
- Essay on the establishments of the Colonies in America
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