• anonymous
What sparked off Shays's Rebellion? A:unemployment B:high taxes and foreclosures C:----------------------- D:high farm tariffs
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  • Photon336
I believe that started because of high taxes, happened around 1786/1787
  • anonymous
Okay, Thank You Guys So Much!
  • anonymous
Cause: Farmers weren't able to pay the taxes and debts so the government was taking their farms away from them. One farmer, Daniel Shay, said that since there was no official court, then their farms couldn't officially be taken away. So, he gathered a group of angry protesting farmers and started burning down courthouses.

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