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Which statement is best supported by the fact that Lemuel Haynes fought in the Connecticut militia during the American Revolution? The British military refused to let African Americans enlist in its ranks. Haynes and other slaves were forced to fight for the American revolutionaries. Haynes believed that an independent America could help all people be free. Patriot political leaders had promised to free slaves if the colonies won the war. @jabez177

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  1. jabez177
    • one year ago
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    Any ideas?

  2. anonymous
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    maybe B

  3. anonymous
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    what do you guys think?

  4. anonymous
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    it says he was forced to so thats pretty much proof

  5. jabez177
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    Yes, I believe you are correct. :)

  6. jabez177
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    I'm not so sure on this though but using context clues, B seems appropriate. :)

  7. anonymous
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    its either B or C, but i would go with B

  8. anonymous
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    Lemuel Haynes was an African American and an indentured servant. As soon as his indenture ended, he became one of thousands who signed up and served in a Connecticut militia during the war. He was inspired by the revolution and wrote poems and essays about freedom. The freedom he wrote about wasn’t just for colonists who wanted to separate from Great Britain, but also for slaves wanting freedom from their masters. it is c

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