Traces the events that preceeded and followed the Massachusetts insurrection led by Daniel Shay in protest of the unjust farm taxes and legislation that threatened freedoms gained from the Revolution.
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|Series||A Focus book|
|LC Classifications||F69 .S87|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||68017705|
Shays Rebellion was an armed rebellion that occurred in Massachusetts starting in , motivated partially by post-war financial difficulties and . Shays’ Rebellion Americans Take Up Arms Against Unjust Laws. New York: Tindall, George Brown and David E. Shi. America: A Narrative History. The rebellion that led to the closing of courts in Massachusetts was Shays' Rebellion, named after its leader, Daniel Shays. The rebellion was eventually crushed. Asked in History of the United. It was in response to her disparaging comments on Shays’ Rebellion, the armed uprising of Massachusetts farmers angry about taxation and other matters, that Jefferson famously wrote “I Author: Cassandra Good.
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