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Outcomes of the RevolutionPart 1Completethe grid by describing each military event and explaining its relationship to the outcome of the Revolutionary War.Military EventDescriptionRelationship to the Outcomeof the Revolutionary WarConcord and LexingtonThe first battles of the Revolutionary War fought in 1775; the British commanderin Boston heard of supplies ofpowder and weapons in Lexington and Concord and sent men to confiscate the weapons kept by the Patriots, they were met by untrained and angry militiaIt was considered a major military victory and displayedto the British and King George III that unjust behavior would not be tolerated in America.Fort TiconderogaFort Ticonderoga was overrunin 1775, in a surprise attack by the Green Mountain Boys under Ethan Allen, who was assisted by Benedict Arnold. The artillery seized there was moved to Boston by Henry Knox for use against the British.The Battle of Fort Ticonderoga was the first American victory of the Revolutionary War, it gave the Continental Army much-needed artillery to be used in their future battles. The artillery seized there was moved to Boston by Henry Knox for use against the British./american-revolution/capture-of-fort-ticonderogaSecond Continental CongressConvention of delegates fromthe 13 colonies formed in Philadelphia in May 1775, soon after the start of the Congress created the Continental Army and gave command of the Army to George Washington.
American Revolutionary War;acted as the national government of the Thirteen Colonies in rebellion.