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Loyalists are the colonists who sided with Britain in the American Revolution.

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Who was on Britain's side in the American Revolution?

Many Native American tribes sided with the British because they had hoped a loss for the colonists would halt them from expanding Westward. Also, Loyalists/Tories in the colonies evidently hoped that Britain would win. Slaves were also forced to fight against the colonists, and many did because King George III had prohibited slavery in Britain. German mercenaries called Hessians fought along the British but lost when George Washington took over Trenton.


Some colonists loyalists who sided with Britain the other colonists were patriots who supported the right to independence?

The patriots were for independence. Those who were loyal to the king were called loyalists.


Who did he native Americans side with during the war?

Part of them sided with the British, and a few sided with the Colonists.


What impact did Native Americans have on the American Revolution and what was their legacy once the revolution ended?

The majority of American Indians sided with the British during the American Revolution. This had an impact on the Amer. Rev. Their legacy- the Peace of Paris gave land back to the new United States. You can write a term paper on this question. There are many answers to how the Native Americans impacted the Amer. Rev. and their legacy.


Why were some colonists loyalists while others were patriots?

Some were loyalist because they were sided with the British. Some were Patriots because they were sided with the rebels. Patriots wanted freedom.

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Many Native American tribes sided with the British because they had hoped a loss for the colonists would halt them from expanding Westward. Also, Loyalists/Tories in the colonies evidently hoped that Britain would win. Slaves were also forced to fight against the colonists, and many did because King George III had prohibited slavery in Britain. German mercenaries called Hessians fought along the British but lost when George Washington took over Trenton.


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