. ! George Boxley Rebellion (1815), 1.4 Illinois 10.3 Black Americans Thomas Cushing Massachusetts 1 Yes, The city was defended by Mexican General Juan Morales with 3,400 men Mortars and naval guns under Commodore Matthew C Perry were used to reduce the city walls and harass defenders After a bombardment on March 24 1847 the walls of Veracruz had a thirty-foot gap the city replied the best it could with its own artillery the effect of the extended barrage destroyed the will of the Mexican side to fight against a numerically superior force and they surrendered the city after 12 days under siege U.S troops suffered 80 casualties while the Mexican side had around 180 killed and wounded while hundreds of civilians were killed. During the siege the U.S side began to fall victim to yellow fever. Main articles: Sugar Act Currency Act Quartering Acts Stamp Act 1765 and Declaratory Act; ; 12.1 Distribution of slaves The British government responded by passing several Acts which came to be known as the Intolerable Acts which further darkened colonial opinion towards the British They consisted of four laws enacted by the British parliament the first was the Massachusetts Government Act which altered the Massachusetts charter and restricted town meetings the second act was the Administration of Justice Act which ordered that all British soldiers to be tried were to be arraigned in Britain not in the colonies the third Act was the Boston Port Act which closed the port of Boston until the British had been compensated for the tea lost in the Boston Tea Party the fourth Act was the Quartering Act of 1774 which allowed royal governors to house British troops in the homes of citizens without requiring permission of the owner, The Mexican Cession shown in red and the later Gadsden Purchase shown in yellow.
As of 2010 over 90% of D.C residents had health insurance coverage the second-highest rate in the nation This is due in part to city programs that help provide insurance to low-income individuals who do not qualify for other types of coverage a 2009 report found that at least 3% of District residents have HIV or AIDS which the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) characterizes as a "generalized and severe" epidemic. Stephen Hopkins Rhode Island 2 Yes Yes Athens Greece (2000) The Impending Crisis of the South. Stephen Crane New Jersey 1 Yes, by Gilbert Stuart (1797), Organizations[show] 6.10 Anti-guerrilla campaign The sappers and miners of the Corps of Royal Engineers under Captain Blanshard were employed in burning the principal buildings Blanshard reported that it seemed that the American President was so sure that the attacking force would be made prisoners that a handsome entertainment had been prepared Blanshard and his sappers enjoyed the feast.:358. Washington D.C. Business Directory, Historian Bernard Bailyn argues that the evangelicalism of the era challenged traditional notions of natural hierarchy by preaching that the Bible teaches that all men are equal so that the true value of a man lies in his moral behavior not in his class. Kidd argues that religious disestablishment belief in God as the source of human rights and shared convictions about sin virtue and divine providence worked together to unite rationalists and evangelicals and thus encouraged a large proportion of Americans to fight for independence from the Empire Bailyn on the other hand denies that religion played such a critical role. Alan Heimert argues that New Light anti-authoritarianism was essential to furthering democracy in colonial American society and set the stage for a confrontation with British monarchical and aristocratic rule; . .