American Revolution

What led up to the American Revolution

The Stamp Act, Tea Act, Boston Massacre, and The Boston Tea Party all led up the American Revolution.

How did the American Revolution affect France?

The American Revolution didn't only affect America but it also affected France. In 1789, French citizens rebelled. Many French citizens saw the Americans as an example. They issued the declaration of the Rights of man and the Citizen, and they modeled part of the Declaration of Independence.

What countries helped us during the revolution?

On February 6, 1778, Benjamin Franklin was in France signing the Treaty of Amity and Commerce and the Treaty of Alliance. The Treaty of Amity and Commerce recognized the U.S. as an independent nation and promoted trade between France and America. The second agreement, the Treaty of Alliance, made the fledgling United States and France allies against Great Britain in the Revolutionary War. The French decided to back the U.S. in its military efforts until the U.S. had full independence from Great Britain. After that, the treaty required France and the U.S. to work together on any peace agreement. Helping us win the war.

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