Bouton, Terry. "A Road Closed: Rural Insurgency in Post-Independence Pennsylvania.." Journal of American History 87 (2000): 855-887.

Although Pennsylvania had no major uprising until the Whiskey Rebellion of 1794, it was preceded by a great deal of rural unrest in the 1780s - closing courts and an almost total refusal to pay taxes in much of the hinterland. This essay tells the story.

Citation Type: Journal Article

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Pennsylvania and the New Nation

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