The Pennsylvania Mutiny of 1783 (also known as the Philadelphia Mutiny) was an anti-government protest by nearly 400 soldiers of the Continental Army in June 1783. The mutiny, and the refusal of the Executive Council of Pennsylvania to stop it, ultimately resulted in Congress vacating Philadelphia and the creation of a federal district to serve as the national capital.

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  • The Pennsylvania Mutiny of 1783 (also known as the Philadelphia Mutiny) was an anti-government protest by nearly 400 soldiers of the Continental Army in June 1783. The mutiny, and the refusal of the Executive Council of Pennsylvania to stop it, ultimately resulted in Congress vacating Philadelphia and the creation of a federal district to serve as the national capital. (en)
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  • Philadelphia Mutiny
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  • 1783-06-20 (xsd:date)
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  • Pennsylvania Mutiny of 1783
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  • Independence Hall in Philadelphia
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  • Exterior view of Independence Hall .jpg
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  • Congress of the Confederation, soldiers from the Pennsylvania Line
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  • Capital moved from Philadelphia, creation of federal district
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  • The Pennsylvania Mutiny of 1783 (also known as the Philadelphia Mutiny) was an anti-government protest by nearly 400 soldiers of the Continental Army in June 1783. The mutiny, and the refusal of the Executive Council of Pennsylvania to stop it, ultimately resulted in Congress vacating Philadelphia and the creation of a federal district to serve as the national capital. (en)
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  • Pennsylvania Mutiny of 1783 (en)
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