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23 185 A young frenchman needs a bottle of wine with plot
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Massachusetts is named after the tribe of Native Americans that used to inhabit the area, who were one of the first indigenous American people to encounter English colonists. Massachusetts is the centre of the movement for independence from the British, having been the host colonial state of the Boston Tea Party and the Boston Massacre. Its land consists primarily of deciduous forests, some of which have been cleared for agricultural purposes.

20 432 qu'est-ce que tu fais ici? [faithfulguardian]
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Feb 19, 2013 3:30:49 GMT -5
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New Hampshire is the first state to declare independence from the British, though it is a bit of a divided province. A lot of the citizen’s work revolves around working in mills, warehouses and ship yards, and there is a clear upper class and lower, working class order. New Hampshire is home to part of the White Mountains range, which hosts mountains such as Mount Washington, Mount Madison and Mount Adams, but its land also consists of mixed forests and lakes.

2 36 Strength and Honour (open)
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May 27, 2012 16:48:19 GMT -5
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The first bloodshed of the Revolution took place in the Rhode Island colony when a group of citizens attacked and rebelled against a grounded British ship – an act of retaliation against the unpopular British trade regulations. Rhode Island was the first colonial state to give up its loyalty and allegiance to the British Crown in May, 1776. A third of Rhode Island’s total area is covered by water, and its landscape consists of lowlands in the south and uplands in the north, many lakes, reservoirs and salt ponds, as well as stretches of coastline and sparse woodlands.

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Very little military action takes place in Connecticut – most of its conflicts between the loyalist and patriot parties that live there, though a few skirmishes break out every so often. The state is known to provide some supplies for the patriots, which lead to the British burning and looting the town of Danbury where some supplies were being safeguarded, which consequently stirred a series of skirmishes known as the Battle of Ridgefield. Connecticut’s land consists of mixed forests and coastline, with the Connecticut River cutting through the centre of the state. It can get quite warm in the summer, but also cold in the winter, and thunderstorms are frequent in the warmer months too.

2 44 Don't shoot the messenger (open)
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Dec 8, 2012 8:20:22 GMT -5
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The state of New York used to be a province under the control of the Dutch Republic until 1664, when it was surrendered to the Kingdom of England. Formerly known as New Netherland, its name was changed by the British to New York as a commemoration to the former King’s brother, the Duke of York. New York is an area of strategic importance – the key to control over the colonies. The British currently hold few outposts near the city, which they are just about managing to hold, and use the area as a base for expeditions against other opponents.

7 211 Not Out of the Woods (ConcreteGirl08/open)
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Jul 23, 2013 1:49:26 GMT -5
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Following the introduction of the Tea Act, Stamp Act and Sugar Act, furious outbreaks and protests were held by the Americans against the British – one such act consisted of a group of forty colonists breaking into a loyalist’s cellar and stealing and burning chests of tea. Slaves from the state frequently join the British Army, having been promised their freedom if they do so. Tensions between the Americans and British are extremely high in New Jersey; already several skirmishes have broken out, and many more are bound to come. New Jersey’s land consists of lakes, meadows, Pine Barrens, highlands and wetlands.

10 171 Turn's Tories (Bee)
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Pennsylvania is where America all began; on July 4th 1776, the Declaration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia. Several skirmishes occur in the state, and most of citizens are patriots. Pennsylvania is a rich state to be in; the Allegheny Mountains from the southwest to northeast, and in the northwest the plateau falls into the lowlands and Lake Erie.

9 132 Far from sobriety - [Rhiannon]
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Oct 3, 2012 10:05:50 GMT -5
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Delaware was first under the control of the Dutch, but in 1664 came under British rule. Currently, during the Revolutionary War, it has been invaded and is now partially held by the British, though the Delaware citizens and patriots are fighting for their freedom and to shake off the British control over them. Delaware supports a wide variety of foliage, with its northern third hosting mixed coastal forests. It is bordered by New Jersey, Maryland and Pennsylvania, and is one of the flatter parts of America. The Delaware River also courses through it.

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On May 15th 1776, Virginia declared its independence from the British Empire. Since then it has helped Patriots in the fight for liberty and freedom. Virginia is rich in history, and earned the nickname ‘Old Dominion’ from Charles II in gratitude of Virginia's loyalty to the crown during the English Civil War. Over half of Virginia is covered in deciduous forest, which is home to many different species of fauna and flora. It also is one of the many states which the Blue Ridge Mountains span across.

2 34 Farms Down South [Raeoki, Open]
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Jun 15, 2012 10:25:08 GMT -5
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On March 15th, 1776, South Carolina declared its independence from the British Empire at set up its own government and not long after, the North followed too. In July, 1776, the North Carolina became part of the new nation, the United States of America. There are hardly any Loyalists in North Carolina, as the Patriots quickly and easily suppressed them. North and South Carolina’s lands consist of Pine Barrens, hills, plains, lakes, river and the Blue Ridge and Great Smokey Mountains also cover an area of their land, too.

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Due to the signing of the Treaty of Paris, following the end of the Seven Years War, Canada was given up to Britain by the French. The American Revolution has caused quite a stir in Canada – the citizens find themselves torn between supporting the Americans’ cause, and opposing it. Loyalists often flee to Canada when they are found out or threatened, or simply cannot stand the tension any longer. However all isn’t entirely calm in Canada either, as American Migrants in Nova Scotia are stirring trouble and agitation amongst the Canadians against their British rulers.

1 1 A Trader's Voyage
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1 1 Liberty and Victorie
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225 341 Tatterdemalion 2.0: multi-era historical
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