Mutiny of 1783 (June 20,
1783)--Anti-government protest by
soldiers of the Continental Army
against the Congress of the
Rebels vs. Massachusetts
Whiskey Rebellion (1794)--Anti-Tax
Rebels in Western
Rebellion "The Hot Water War"
(1799)--Anti-Tax Rebels in
vs. Anti-Slavery Kansans in a virtual
civil war in the territory of
Raid on Harper's Ferry
(1859)--Anti-Slavery Rebels (Led by
Civil War (1861-1865)--Civil War
between the Unites States (The North),
and the Confederate States (The
York Draft Riot ( July
13–16, 1863)--New York City,
Railroad Strike of 1877 (1877)--A
major incident of labor unrest in the
United States. The strike was put down
by state militia and federal
Riots AKA "The Battle in Seattle"
agitators provoked rioting in Seattle
during protests against the World Trade
Organization, which was meeting in
Seattle at that time.
Ernest, Dupuy, and Dupuy Trevor N.
Encyclopedia of Military History: From
3500 B.C. To The
York: Harper & Row, 1970.
George C. Dictionary
York: Facts On File Publications,