In the decades preceding the revolution many colonists began to see themselves as americans and became unified to a much greater extent than they previously had


In the decades preceding the revolution many colonists began to see themselves as americans and became unified to a much greater extent than they previously had. They were more unified than ever before but many still felt british and didn’t go along with what many others thought and said. Over time however more and more colonists felt american as the british wronged the colonies more and more often. In the decades preceding the revolution many colonists began to see themselves as americans and became unified to a much greater extent than they previously had. They were more unified than ever before but many still felt british and didn’t go along with what many others thought and said. Over time however more and more colonists felt american as the british wronged the colonies more and more often. In the decades preceding the revolution many colonists began to see themselves as americans and became unified to a much greater extent than they previously had. They were more unified than ever before but many still felt british and didn’t go along with what many others thought and said. Over time however more and more colonists felt american as the british wronged the colonies more and more often. In the decades preceding the revolution many colonists began to see themselves as americans and became unified to a much greater extent than they previously had. They were more unified than ever before but many still felt british and didn’t go along with what many others thought and said. Over time however more and more colonists felt american as the british wronged the colonies more and more often.