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News of the victory at Saratoga convinced the French that the cause might not have been as unlikely as they had thought. A Treaty of Amity and Commerce was signed on February 6, The treaty effectively turned a colonial rebellion into a global war as fighting between the British and French soon broke out in Europe and India. In this cartoon, the British lion faces a spaniel Spain , a rooster France , a rattlesnake America , and a pug dog Netherlands. National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London.
Howe had taken Philadelphia in but returned to New York once winter ended. He slowly realized that European military tactics would not work in North America. In Europe, armies fought head-on battles in attempt to seize major cities. However, in , the British had held Philadelphia and New York and yet still weakened their position.
Meanwhile, Washington realized after New York that the largely untrained Continental Army could not win head-on battles with the professional British army. So he developed his own logic of warfare that involved smaller, more frequent skirmishes and avoided major engagements that would risk his entire army. As long as he kept the army intact, the war would continue, no matter how many cities the British captured. In , the British shifted their attentions to the South, where they believed they enjoyed more popular support.
Campaigns from Virginia to South Carolina and Georgia captured major cities, but the British simply did not have the manpower to retain military control. And upon their departures, severe fighting ensued between local patriots and loyalists, often pitting family members against one another. The war in the South was truly a civil war. By , the British were also fighting France, Spain, and Holland. The Americans took advantage of the British southern strategy with significant aid from the French army and navy. Cornwallis had dug his men in at Yorktown awaiting supplies and reinforcements from New York.
The capture of another army left the British without a new strategy and without public support to continue the war. Peace negotiations took place in France, and the war came to an official end on September 3, John Trumbull, Surrender of Lord Cornwallis, Americans celebrated their victory, but it came at great cost. Soldiers suffered through brutal winters with inadequate resources. During the single winter at Valley Forge in —, over 2, Americans died from disease and exposure. Life was not easy on the home front either. Women on both sides of the conflict were frequently left alone to care for their households.
In addition to their existing duties, women took on roles usually assigned to men on farms and in shops and taverns. Abigail managed the planting and harvesting of crops, in the midst of severe labor shortages and inflation, while dealing with several tenants on the Adams property, raising her children, and making clothing and other household goods. While Abigail remained safely out of the fray, other women were not so fortunate.
The Revolution was not only fought on distant battlefields. There was no way for women to avoid the conflict or the disruptions and devastations it caused. On the morning of July 7, , when a British fleet attacked nearby Fairfield, Connecticut, it was Mary who calmly evacuated her household, including her children and servants, to North Stratford.
When Gold was captured by loyalists and held prisoner, Mary, six months pregnant with their second child, wrote letters to try to secure his release. American soldiers came from a variety of backgrounds and had numerous reasons for fighting with the American army. Slaves and free black Americans also impacted and were impacted by the Revolution. At first, Washington, a slaveholder himself, resisted allowing black men to join the Continental Army, but he eventually relented.
Salem faced British Regulars in the battles at Lexington and Bunker Hill, where he fought valiantly with around three dozen other black Americans. Salem not only contributed to the cause, he earned the ability to determine his own life after his enlistment ended. Salem was not alone, but many more slaves seized on the tumult of war to run away and secure their own freedom directly. Historians estimate that between thirty thousand and one hundred thousand slaves deserted their masters during the war.
Men and women together struggled through years of war and hardship. For patriots and those who remained neutral , victory brought new political, social, and economic opportunities, but it also brought new uncertainties. The war decimated entire communities, particularly in the South.
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Thousands of women throughout the nation had been widowed. The American economy, weighed down by war debt and depreciated currencies, would have to be rebuilt following the war. State constitutions had created governments, but now men would have to figure out how to govern. The opportunities created by the Revolution had come at great cost, in both lives and fortune, and it was left to the survivors to seize those opportunities and help forge and define the new nation-state.
Another John Trumbull piece commissioned for the Capitol in , this painting depicts what would be remembered as the moment the new United States became a republic. On December 23, , George Washington, widely considered the hero of the Revolution, resigned his position as the most powerful man in the former thirteen colonies. Giving up his role as Commander-in-Chief of the Army insured that civilian rule would define the new nation, and that a republic would be set in place rather than a dictatorship.
Perhaps the most important immediate consequence of declaring independence was the creation of state constitutions in and The Revolution affected Native Americans by opening up western settlement and creating governments hostile to their territorial claims. Even more broadly, the Revolution ended the mercantilist economy, opening new opportunities in trade and manufacturing.
The new states drafted written constitutions, which, at the time, was an important innovation from the traditionally unwritten British Constitution. They created a unicameral legislature and an Executive Council but no genuine executive. All free men could vote, including those who did not own property. In the fall of , each town sent delegates— in all—to a constitutional convention in Cambridge.
Town meetings debated the constitution draft and offered suggestions. Anticipating the later federal constitution, Massachusetts established a three-branch government based on checks and balances between the branches. Independence came in , and so did an unprecedented period of constitution making and state building.
The Continental Congress ratified the Articles of Confederation in The articles allowed each state one vote in the Continental Congress. But the articles are perhaps most notable for what they did not allow. Congress was given no power to levy or collect taxes, regulate foreign or interstate commerce, or establish a federal judiciary.
These shortcomings rendered the postwar Congress weak and largely ineffectual. Political and social life changed drastically after independence. Political participation grew as more people gained the right to vote, leading to greater importance being placed on representation within government. Hierarchy within the states underwent significant changes. Society became less deferential and more egalitarian, less aristocratic and more meritocratic. The British Empire had imposed various restrictions on the colonial economies including limiting trade, settlement, and manufacturing.
The Revolution opened new markets and new trade relationships. Americans began to create their own manufactures, no longer content to rely on those in Britain. Despite these important changes, the American Revolution had its limits. Following their unprecedented expansion into political affairs during the imperial resistance, women also served the patriot cause during the war. However, the Revolution did not result in civic equality for women. This opened opportunity for women regarding education, but they still remained largely on the peripheries of the new American polity.
In the thirteen colonies, boycotting women were seen as patriots. In British prints such as this, they were mocked as as immoral harlots sticking their noses in the business of men. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Approximately sixty thousand loyalists ended up leaving America because of the Revolution. Loyalists came from all ranks of American society, and many lived the rest of their lives in exile from their homeland.
A clause in the Treaty of Paris was supposed to protect their property and require the Americans to compensate Loyalists who had lost property during the war because of their allegiance. The Americans, however, reneged on this promise and, throughout the s, states continued seizing property held by Loyalists. Some colonists went to England, where they were strangers and outsiders in what they had thought of as their mother country. Many more, however, settled on the peripheries of the British Empire throughout the world, especially Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Quebec.
The Loyalists had come out on the losing side of a Revolution, and many lost everything they had and were forced to create new lives far from the land of their birth. In , thousands of Loyalist former slaves fled with the British army. They hoped that the British government would uphold the promise of freedom and help them establish new homes elsewhere in the Empire. The Treaty of Paris, which ended the war, demanded that British troops leave runaway slaves behind, but the British military commanders upheld earlier promises and evacuated thousands of freedmen, transporting them to Canada, the Caribbean, or Great Britain.
They would eventually play a role in settling Nova Scotia, and through the subsequent efforts of David George, a black loyalist and Baptist preacher, some settled in Sierra Leone in Africa. Black loyalists, however, continued to face social and economic marginalization, including restrictions on land ownership within the British Empire.
Joseph Brandt as painted by George Romney. The fight for liberty led some Americans to manumit their slaves, and most of the new northern states soon passed gradual emancipation laws. Some manumissions also occurred in the Upper South, but in the Lower South, some masters revoked their offers of freedom for service, and other freedmen were forced back into bondage. Slave revolts began to incorporate claims for freedom based on revolutionary ideals.
In the long term, the Revolution failed to reconcile slavery with these new egalitarian republican societies, a tension that eventually boiled over in the s and s and effectively tore the nation in two in the s and s. Native Americans, too, participated in and were affected by the Revolution.
They had hoped for a British victory that would continue to restrain the land-hungry colonial settlers from moving west beyond the Appalachian Mountains. Native American peoples would continue to be displaced and pushed farther west throughout the nineteenth century.
Ultimately, American independence marked the beginning of the end of what had remained of Native American independence. The American Revolution meanwhile wrought significant changes to the British Empire. By September , independence had been won. What the new nation would look like, however, was still very much up for grabs. In the s, Americans would shape and then reshape that nation-state, first with the Articles of Confederation, ratified in , and then with the Constitution in and Historians have long argued over the causes and character of the American Revolution.
Was the Revolution caused by British imperial policy or by internal tensions within the colonies? Were colonists primarily motivated by constitutional principles, ideals of equality, or economic self-interest? Was the Revolution radical or conservative? But such questions are hardly limited to historians. Indeed, how one understands the Revolution often dictates how one defines what it means to be American.
The Revolution was not won by a few founding fathers. The Revolution, however, did not aim to end all social and civic inequalities in the new nation, and, in the case of Native Americans, it created new inequalities. George R. Hewes, A retrospect of the Boston Tea-party, Hewes wrote the following reminiscence of the Boston Tea Party almost 61 years after it occurred. It is likely that his memories included more than a few stories he picked up well after Nonetheless Hews provides a highly detailed account of this important event.
Britons had long understood themselves as the freest people on earth, blessed with a limited monarchy and an enlightened parliament. His criticisms swept across the North American continent and generated widespread support for American independence. Declaration of Independence, It is hard to overstate the significance of the Declaration of Independence. Golemanov,1 and A. Elliott had thinning blond hair and a receding hairline. On an afternoon in late January, Peggy Smith and Sue Conley sat in a Ferry Building conference room and faced a small group of journalists. Though it deviates from Stephen King's novel, Stanley Kubrick's The Shining is a chilling, often baroque journey into madness -- exemplified by an unforgettable turn We chatted with The Thinning star Logan Paul, who revealed that this flick is just as " intense " as you ' d imagine it to be.
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The arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Fold gives you the opportunity to own the future of smartphones and tablets, with a 2-in-1 design that just makes sense — if the bendable screen technology holds up. It marries a tall, narrow 4. Samsung calls this the Infinity Flex Display, and its design really does dazzle. The key to the Galaxy Fold's book-like foldable design is a part, dual-axis locking hinge that prevents the display from overextending past degrees. Whereas the screen is delicate, the hinge feels like it's been meticulously engineered to withstand abuse.
Opening and closing the Fold feels buttery smooth, and closing it ends with a satisfying magnetic click, like you've just closed up a book. Remember what it was like to hang up on people with a flip phone or even an old telephone? That feeling is back — only now, you'll probably swallow them up in a video call. Also coming back is smartphone heft. In its folded state, the Galaxy Fold is However, it's narrower than you might think, and despite its thickness it isn't hard to slip into a jeans pocket — it'll even fit into tight-yet-deep jacket pockets that other phones can't fit into, although there's no escaping the fact that it'll look like you're packing two phones back-to-back.
Unfolded, it's a reasonable 7. It's easy to cover up these powerful Dolby Atmos stereo speakers when you're playing games or watching videos in landscape orientation. Pro tip: instead of uncomfortably choking up your grip, try rotating the Fold degrees — most apps will rotate just fine. When it's closed, an all-glass design envelopes the phone's outside.
The glass is slippery, but we found its folded size so easy to grasp that we didn't feel the need to use the two-piece Aramid Fiber case that came in the box.
If you love big screens, but are tired of juggling big phones, this is the biggest phone we've tested It's an idea that's been more than 10 years in the making and, as Samsung likes to say, went through 1, different prototypes. It's not a bad start, but there's surely more innovation to come.
Beyond the mesmerizing foldable design, the main display is impressive with only a few technical caveats, illustrating the cutting-edge and its obvious downfalls. The 7. It's the reason to own a foldable phone. Alas, most video in the traditional aspect ratio will only be 1. We found the big screen better for reading, web browsing, and gaming thanks to its 4. This mirrors the traditional TVs we did away with 15 years ago, but going back makes sense: it offers a broader view and makes way for Muti-Active Window mode.
We had three apps open at once, and it was fairly usable. You will find glare literally shines a light on the middle crease, indoors or outdoors, and you can feel the groove. The good news: like a notch, your brain will ignore it in time. Harder to ignore is the uneven refresh rate.
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Scroll through a text-filled webpage and you'll notice the words shift unevenly across the 7. Samsung makes the best phone displays, so this is a compromise we didn't expect. Its bezel-heavy 4. Yes, the foldable future is great, but it has some obvious pain points you should know about.
Samsung's fold hardware is only half of the story. Its software was made reactive to the transition from the small phone screen to the larger tablet screen, and it does that fairly well with a feature called App Continuity. Apps Continuity allowed us to browse Chrome, Yelp reviews, and Google Maps while walking with the phone folded, and then seamlessly open up to those same apps on the larger screen when we came to a standstill usually lost in the wilds of Central Park and needing finer directions in Google Maps.
The reverse — keeping apps open when you fold the phone — is also possible, but we had to tick off each app in a display settings submenu. Apps we enabled to go from big screen to small screen included Messages, Slack, Chrome and Google Maps — things we'd want to keep using upon exiting a subway in folded mode. Otherwise, Cover Display ends things and shows the always-on screen time, date, battery life. Samsung's says "the possibilities are endless with Multi-Active Window".