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The Fries rebellion, 1798-99

W. W. H. Davis

The Fries rebellion, 1798-99

an armed resistance to the House tax law, passed by Congress, July 9, 1798, in Bucks and Northampton counties, Pennsylvania.

by W. W. H. Davis

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Published by Doylestown Pub. Co. Printers in Doylestown, Pa .
Written in English

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  • Fries Rebellion, 1798-1799

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 12447.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxi, 143, 14 p.
    Number of Pages143
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13553643M
    OCLC/WorldCa11111695

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    The Fries Rebellion, An Armed Resistance to the House Tax Law – by William Watts Hart Davis [Doylestown, PA: Doylestown Publishing Company, Page ] Page ] The Penn Germania: A Popular Journal of German History and Ideals in the United States. Fries's Rebellion was the third in three popular uprisings immediately following the Revolution—after Shays's Rebellion and the Whiskey Rebellion—that directly challenged the still-fledgling federal government. This is the first book on the watershed event in early America. Although the nonfiction book should be full of definite facts, the author can add some emotions to make this memoir or chronic and not so bored. It is a perfect literature for studying. The Fries Rebellion 99 An Armed Resistance to the House Tax Law Passed B. W W H William Watts Hart Davis. The Fries Rebellion 99 An Armed Resis.


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SyntaxTextGen not activatedDavis, Pdf Fries Rebellion (), p. 5. THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY Vol. XIV In early January Commissioner Eyerley requested the Asso-ciate Judge of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions, William Henry, to examine the cause of the complaints and ascer.As the Fries Rebellion nears its th anniversary, the anti-tax protest led by Bucks County auctioneer John Fries in the late 18th century is a historical footnote.

Even in the Lehigh Valley. Inthe federal government levied its first ebook tax on American citizens, one that seemed to favor land speculators over farmers. In eastern Pennsylvania, the tax assessors were largely Quakers and Moravians who had abstained from Revolutionary participation and were recruited by the 4/5(1).