Rebellions of 1837 Exploring Cause and Consequence

Cause - events or actions that directly

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Cause - events or actions that directly result in identifiable actions.
Antecedent events - events that occur prior to an event but do not directly contribute to a consequence
Consequences - an event or series of events that are a direct result of certain specific actions.
After the fact events - an event that follows a consequence but is unrelated to the consequence.

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Antecedent events


After the fact events

Use your list of causes and antecedents to categorize them into themes. Two themes are provided. You should come up with several other themes that you think contributed to rebellion. Ensure that you differentiate between themes related to Upper Canada and those that are related to Lower Canada.

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