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Shays' Rebellion


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


Find out more about the history of Shays' Rebellion, including videos, interesting articles, pictures, historical features and more. Get all the facts on ...

Shays' Rebellion · George Washington's Mount Vernon


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 ...

Shays' Rebellion - People - Springfield Technical Community College


People. Shays' Rebellion affected many people. This website shares the stories of some of the men and women who lived through this event and its aftermath.

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


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

Shays` Rebellion - United States American History


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

Shays' Rebellion - Calliope Home


Shays' Rebellion, the post-Revolutionary clash between New England farmers .... The critical point of the rebellion was Shays' march on the government arsenal ...

Shays's Rebellion | United States history | Britannica.com


Shays's Rebellion, (August 1786–February 1787), uprising in western Massachusetts in opposition to high taxes and stringent economic conditions. Armed ...

Shays's Rebellion - Infoplease


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


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 ...

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Shays' Rebellion [ushistory.org]


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


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

Shay's Rebellion - Historic Northampton Museum and Education ...


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