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The American Revolution and the United Empire Loyalists
Transcript of The American Revolution and the United Empire Loyalists
THE LOYALISTS WERE A MIXED
COLLECTION OF PEOPLE that were loyal to king george the 3rd.tHEY CAME FROM ALL OF THE 13 COLONIES AND REPRESENTED A CROSS-SECTION OF AMERICAN SOCIETY.sOME were poor but most were rich landowners.most loyalists were anglicans, though some were different religions.some say that there was around 1 000 000 loyalists. others say the number was closer to 450 000. some historians say that the actual number was somewhere between the two. Where did the loyalists go?
At the end of the american revoloution a huge MIGRATION OF LOYALISTS BEGAN. AND IF YOU DONT KNOW WHAT MIGRATION MEANS MOVING FROM ONE COUNTRY TO ANOTHER. ABOUT 35 000 GATHERED AROUND NEW YORK CITY BECAUSE THE BRITISH MADE A FLEET OF SHIPS TO EVACUATE THEM.