his115_r3_appendix_c_outcomes_of_revolution - Appendix C HIS\/115 Version 3 Associate Level Material Appendix C Outcomes of the Revolution Part 1

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Appendix CHIS/115 Version 31Associate Level MaterialAppendix COutcomes of the RevolutionPart 1Completethe grid by describing each military event and explaining its relationship to the outcome of the Revolutionary War.MilitaryEventDescriptionRelationship to the Outcome of the Revolutionary WarConcord and LexingtonApril 19, 1775. First battle of the revolutionary war. Fought in Massachusetts. British troops attempted to seize colonist military supplies. British troops were met by minute men and volunteers. Paul Reveres ride was also derived from this famous battle. Colonists won the battle killing over 73 British troops, wording 174. After winning this battle many colonists were inspired as well as had confidence boost because of it. Also showed King George III that colonists were not going to go down without a fight, and that it wasn't going to be easy. Fort TiconderogaMay 10, 1775.Battle fought on the shores of lake Champlain at Fort Ticonderoga between the colonists and British. Boarder of New York and Quebec. 168 green mountain boys and New England militia snuck onto the fort in the middle of the night and demanded their surrender. Colonists wont this battle, no deaths occurred. Colonists captured Fort Ticonderoga. Because the colonists won this battle they were able to siegeBritish military supplies. The cannons, ammunition, and other supplies were brought to Boston and used to fortify Dorchester Heights and were used to end the siege of Boston. The Taking over the Fort Ticonderoga helped protect New York and New England from British invasion from Canada. Second Continental CongressA group of delegates from each of the thirteen colonies. These delegates met in 1775 in Philadelphiaafter the revolutionary war had started. The Second Continental congress was in charge managing the warThe continental congress became what is now known as the United States federal government. They also created the continental army from the militia units in Boston. They also voted for George Washington to command the armies. Also
Appendix CHIS/115 Version 32efforts, making treaties, directing strategies, appointing diplomats, raising armies. Many of the people from the First continental congress attended the second (UShistroy.org, 2015).Were considered the main government in the colonies duringthe war. They appointed generals, issued money, obtained loans from Europe, raised armies, dispersed funds. Everything to help aid the war (UShistory.org, 2015).Bunker HillA conflict between Great Britain and the Colonies. June 17, 1775. Located in Charleston Massachusetts, The British and the Colonists battled on Breeds Hill.

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