Americans faced a difficult decision whether to join the independence

  Americans faced a difficult decision whether to join the independence movement or stay loyal.  People made decisions based on what issues were important to them.  If they were Boston merchants (like John Hancock) or Virginia slave holders (like George Washington) or new people moving out onto the frontier close to Indians they would have different concerns.   Most Bostonians were patriot supporters of independence. People in New York were largely loyalist. 

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