American History help please?

I have to write an essay on the American Revolution and I am so confused on who is who. So my question is who where the Colonists, Patriots, and Rebels? And before some of you tell me to go do my reading, I already did and I'm still confused... :

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2 Responses to “American History help please?”

  1. impurely says:

    why dont you just google each and then plajerize it with your own words duuuh

  2. venerating says:

    Colonists, Patriots, and Rebels are all the same people. The Colonists rebelled against the English Parliament and King George III of England. The reason they rebelled was the taxes were forced on them since they had no representation. The colonists were also disallowed any form of self-rule. The leaders of the Founding Fathers of the U.S. were forced into war by the British and wrote a Declaration of Independence to explain why they were rebelling. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton were some of the more prominent (colonists, patriots, rebels). About 25% of the colonials were known as loyalists to King George III, when the war began they went to Canada or England. The battle of Yorktown (Virginia) was the final battle and the Americans received help from France to defeat Cornwallis. This brought an end to the war. A piece treaty was signed in 1783, and at that moment the colonies were known as the United States of America.