Quebec Uprising
Quebec Uprising (Their British America)
Quebec forces fighting British forces
Date March 1777 – January 1778
Location Quebec, North America, Caribbean, briefly in Europe
Result British victory
  • Halt of the Quebec uprisings
  • Transfer of lower Quebec territory to New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia
  • Federation of British American territories
Flag of Great Britain (1707-1800) Province of Quebec

Supported by:
Royal Standard of the Kingdom of France France

Flag of Great Britain (1707-1800) Great Britain

Supported by:

Commanders and leaders
Flag of Great Britain (1707-1800) George Washington

Flag of Great Britain (1707-1800) Nathanael Greene
Flag of Great Britain (1707-1800) Horatio Gates
Flag of Great Britain (1707-1800) Benedict Arnold

The Quebec Uprising (also called Quebec Revolution by Canadiens), was was the political upheaval near the end of the 18th century in which Quebecers from the British Province of Quebec protested the British government's new taxation law, seeking independence.

The uprising lasted less than a year, and resulted in the continuation of British presence and taxation in Quebec. The uprising also resulted in the federation of the British colonies in continental North America, forming British America.