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The committees of correspondence were shadow governments organized by the Patriot leaders of the Thirteen Colonies on the eve of the American Revolution.

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The Committees of Correspondence were provisional Patriot emergency governments established in response to British policy on the eve of the American  ...

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The Committees of Correspondence were the American colonies' means for maintaining communication lines in the years before the Revolutionary War. In 1764 ...

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The role of Committees of Correspondence in the history of the United States of America.

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Volumes and volumes of written work was emerging in the American colonies on the subject of British policies. Apart from major documents and publications, ...

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Committees of Correspondence: Groups appointed by the legislatures in the 13 British American colonies to provide colonial leadership and aid intercolonial ...

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What was a Committee of Correspondence? It was just people, like you and me, who had something in common and they wanted to talk about it. It was difficult to  ...

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Committees of correspondence were longstanding institutions that became a key ... The most famous and influential committees of correspondence, however, ...

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Rowe's Revolution. "Town Meeting, the Hall so full they adjournd to the Old South Meeting - the Debates were for & against the Committee of Correspondence ...