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Shay's rebellion was an armed uprising in Massachusetts during 1786 and 1787. Revolutionary War veteran Daniel Shays led four thousand rebels in an uprising against perceived economic and civil rights injustices.
This war was mainly about poor farmers from western Massachusetts who fought against high taxes and also an attempt to seize the arms stockpiled at a springfield armory.
The war lasted almost one year and almost 500 people died in the duration of these gruesome battles.
More than 150 innocent people were put on trials to test if guilty or not
Sadly, not many of them were found innocent by the judge and many were killed.
Finally, at the end of the long gruesome war, Shay and his army of farmers lost the war, but during trials he was found innocent because his argument was reasonable.
And at the end everyone lived happily ever after.
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