they turnd into patriots by the war in 1776,also nowned as carlos the beast
People from Australia are called Australians. Australia is also a multicultural country, incorporating a broad range of people from most nations.
People who assist party leaders are called delegates or constituents. Party leaders are also assisted by persons called pages in the United States Senate.
During the revolution they were called commoners. Among them, there were also some sans-culottes (beggars and homeless people).
He was looking for some spices for his people was also looking for the so called Spice Islands.
They hated the British rule. Well, most of them anyway. The people who wanted to be free from the British were called rebels, or Patriots. The colonists who wanted British rule were called Touries, or Loyalists. Rebels just didn't want British rule since there were big taxes for things that they didn't even want! Great Britain also controlled the trade in the colonies and made rules like they could only trade with Britain. The Patriots hated being controlled.
They were called the "Contineantal Army" they were "Patriots" or "Rebels" or even the name "Yankees". These were the most common names...there are other types of insulting names that the BRits gave them too. they we're also called Minute Men.
They could be called traitors if asking the king, but they also could be called rebels or patriot.
"Redcoats" or by the rebels they were called "lobsterbacks." also 'bloodybacks'
The name of the people in the English colonies on the northern American mainland is colonist. Those that supported the revolution were also called rebels and those that supported the King were called loyalists.
they were the Loyalists. the Patriots wore blue at the time
Confederate army was the name. They were also called Rebels too.
The Confederate soldiers were also called "rebels". Another nickname was "Johnny Reb".
No, Patriots did not back England's actions. The ones who did were called Loyalists.
"Cousin Jonatha"n was originally a term used to describe the American patriots (or rebels) by the British and Loyalists (also 'Brother Jonathan') during the Revolutionary War and War of 1812, similar to use of 'Johnny Reb' and 'Billy Yank' in the Civil War.
The American colonial war (also called by the rebels - i.e. traitors- as the American war of Independence)