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The loyalists were Sargent Engleman's men.

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Which group of people came to the Bahamas in the 1600s?

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Why did the loyalist came to the Bahamas?

Between 1775 and 1783, the 13 British colonies in North America fought a war to break away from Britain and from a new, independent country - the United States of America. At this time The Bahamas remaine loyal to the British Crown. The islands came under attack four times during the war, but were confirmed as British by the Treaty of Versailles. People loyal to the British Crown - The Loyalist - began to emigrate to The Bahamas in search of a new life.Hope this helped.Source: The Making of The Bahamas (book)I also live in The Bahamas.


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What type of plantation did the loyalist set up in the Bahamas?

the loyalist set up cotton plantations in the bahamas:)


How did the loyalist came to the Bahamas?

-The Bahamas was under British rule -The Bahamas was near to America (Proximity) -The soil was fertile (for growing tobacco, cotton.. etc) -The climate was ideal because where they immigrated from it was very cold.


Why the Bahamas was suitable for the loyalist who came?

The Weather Climate and and the soilthey also loved the large landscaped areas in south and central islands


Why was the Bahamas suitable for the loyalist who came?

The Weather Climate and and the soilthey also loved the large landscaped areas in south and central islands


What are the immediate effects the American war had on the loyalists in the Bahamas?

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When did the loyalist start arriving in the Bahamas?

1783 after the Treaty of Versailles displaced them. They were offered land grants.


Why was the Bahamas suitable for the loyalists?

the Bahamas was suitable for the loyalist because of the warm tropical climate, that was suitable for growing cotton. the rich untouched soil and because there was many land that was still untouched.


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