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How did Patrick Henry help colonial America?
the passage of the bill of rights helped deal with Patrick Henry's concerns by showing that everyone(small states and large states, northern and southern states) has the r…ight to have more or less votes depending on what they want.:) I hoped this helped! Love and Care...Unknown
Patrick Henry felt like he didn't have any rights so he spoke against English rule. he also challenged the British over their restrictions upon American liberty By: Cedric Del…phonse school p.s114 class 501
taxation without representation Ema Gibbins thanks so much
Patrick Henry did not attend a college.
Virginia well what i know is that Patrick Henry from Virginia
Patrick Henry got married in 1775.
No, but he did sign the constitution.
He became famous after he defended the Parson's Cause which was the right of the Virginia colony to fix the price of tobacco. Henry earned his law license in 1760. In 1765, …Patrick Henry was elected to the House of Burgesses. He produced a solution to the Stamp Act. The Stamp Act made colonists put a stamp on every important document and had to be paid a tax for. Patrick Henry said the colonists had as much a right as the people in Britain to protest such an unfair tax. Henry was a great influencer and orator. He is known for the quote, "I know not what course others may take but as for me; give me liberty or give me death!" This convinced many people to fight in the revolution. Henry became the leader of a militia against Lord Dunmore because of an argument about gunpowder known as the Gunpowder Incident. He also became the first governor of Virginia. In his later years, Patrick Henry became the fifth governor of Virginia again. He made speeches that helped the young United States. He was very helpful in creating this country because he made very persuading speeches that convinced many to people to rebel. Without Patrick Henry, we would have never had as many people fight in the American Revolution. He was a man who lived in the colonial period he was a protester against taxes. He boycotted the taxes by not buying the items that England had put taxes on he was not the only though he and almost everyone in all the colonies boycotted against the stamp act and the sugar act then came the revolution when America won we won our freedom from Britain. Do you mean Patrick Henry? Well, Patrick Henry was an attorney and politician who became a major figure in the movement for American independence. He lived from May 29,1736 to June 6 1799. Hope this helps!
he was a lawer then he made a speech that everybody loved
Patrick Henry's speech was important because he helped persuade Virginia to enter into the fight for American independence.
Patrick Henry (May 29, 1736 - June 6, 1799) was a prominent figure in the American Revolution, known and remembered for his "Give me Liberty, or give me Death!" speech. Along …with Samuel Adams and Thomas Paine, he was one of the most influential (and radical) advocates of the American Revolution and republicanism, especially in his denunciations of corruption in government officials and his defense of historic rights. He also rode with Paul Revere to warn people about the British coming. Patrick Henry was an attorney, planter and a politician who was involved in the fight for Virginia's freedom.
Patrick Henry was the Governor of Virginia from 1176 to 1779 and from 1784 to 1786. He led opposition to the Stamp Act and is best known for his "give me liberty or give m…e death" speech.
Unless the killer's name was Stomach Cancer then he died of natural causes because that was the listed cause of death when he passed away at the age of 63 on 6 June 1799 at Br…ookneal, Virginia. He is best known for his speech on 23 March 1775 to the Virginia Convention known as the "Give me liberty or give me death speech". No copy of that speech exists, but most of the key points of what we have of it now comes from "Life and Character of Patrick Henry" by William Wirt which was first published in 1816.
He lived in Hanover, Virginia. He was one of the original firebranders.
yes he was married he married to Dorthea Dandbride and Sarah Shelton. Sarah Shelton was his first wife but she died with the birth of child. Cool right?