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... modern Canada. There they called themselves the United Empire Loyalists.
Loyalists vs Patriots The Arguments. Loyalists. 1. A strong unified British. Empire
is good for all. 2. Colonist are British subjects and should obey British law. 3.
Kids learn about Patriots and Loyalists during the Revolutionary War. One side
wanted independence while the other wanted to remain part of Britain.
Loyalists, Fence-sitters, and Patriots. ... were spilt three ways because many held
firm to pacifist beliefs and found themselves in opposition to both sides.
In this lesson, learn about the difficult decisions faced by individuals as the
American Revolution erupted. Would you have been a Loyalist or a...
Dec 19, 2008 ... Lesson Topic Loyalists vs. Patriots Two groups emerged, those that Big Idea
supported independence and those that supported …
Oct 24, 2013 ... This video is about Loyalists and Patriots. ... I'm in 8th grade, and I have my unit
test on the patriots/loyalists, Declaration of Independence, etc.
Loyalist vs. Patriot. (Taken from a 2005 exhibit on the Revolution I curated at my
museum). One of the difficulties in studying any time period is the inherent lack ...
colonists who opposed independence from Britain were known as Loyalists. Most
Patriots supported independence because they felt that recent British laws on ...
Nov 28, 2007 ... Here is a link to the differences between Patriots and Loyalists. http://vmead.
tripod.com/beliefs.htm. Basically, Loyalists want to support King ...