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Shays' Rebellion

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Shays‍ '​ Rebellion was an armed uprising in Massachusetts during 1786 and 1787. Revolutionary War veteran Daniel Shays led four thousand rebels (called ...

Shays' Rebellion - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com

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Shays' Rebellion · George Washington's Mount Vernon

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A violent insurrection in the Massachusetts countryside during 1786 and 1787, Shays' Rebellion was brought about by a monetary debt crisis at the end of the ...

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The events that became known as Shays' Rebellion came to symbolize the widespread discontent manifested throughout New England during the economic  ...

Shays` Rebellion - United States History

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The role of Shays` Rebellion in the history of the United States of America.

George Washington discusses Shays' Rebellion and the upcoming ...

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On January 25, 1787, Daniel Shays and his insurrectionists confronted a Massachusetts state militia force outside the Springfield armory. Shays' Rebellion had ...

Shays's Rebellion - Infoplease

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Shays's Rebellion, 1786–87, armed insurrection by farmers in W Massachusetts against the state government. Debt-ridden farmers, struck by the.

Shays's Rebellion - Social Studies for Kids

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Movement by New England farmers desperate to be paid for the service in the Revolutionary War. Farmer Daniel Shays took charge of the group and led an ...

Shays' Rebellion - People, Places and Events

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Shays' Rebellion 1786-1787. Shays' Rebellion was named for its most famous leader, Daniel Shays (1747-1825). Shays was a veteran of the American ...

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Shays' Rebellion [ushistory.org]

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The crisis of the 1780s was most intense in the rural and relatively newly settled areas of central and western Massachusetts. Many farmers in this area suffered ...

Shays' Rebellion - From Revolution to Constitution

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Only three years after the American Revolution ended, thousands of Massachusetts citizens took up arms against their new state government. This site tells the ...

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Shays' Rebellion "had a great influence on public opinion," as Samuel Eliot Morison notes; it was the fiercest outbreak of discontent in the early republic, and  ...