"Patrick Henry—American Patriot"
In this chapter you learned about why the colonists grew resentful of British
rule, the ways in which the colonists united to achieve independence, and the
new government they created following the revolution. Independence was a costly
and difficult endeavor, but the colonists believed that it was a goal worth
fighting for. One such colonist, Patrick Henry, was especially adamant about
his desire for freedom.
Destination Title: Colonial
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Start at the Colonial Williamsburg Web site.
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