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Unformatted text preview: A day in April of 1775 By: Brittney Williams and Destinee Workmen Date: April 19 th , 1775 The British arrived in Lexington this morning; they gunned down Moses Cooper with out even saying a word. Not one single show was fired from the muster of Lexington, they all just ran. Moses’ son Adam watched it all. He was a part of the muster. Some say he just disappeared, but later he was discovers in Lincoln with none other than Solomon Chandler. Many committeemen are angry with the British so they decided to fight back. Twenty-one gathered in Lincoln, and hundreds of others gathered around Concord. They say it was war, and war it was. The men all gathered together prepared to kill the redcoats. So, when the concord rider informed them of the British arrival, the men loaded their guns, prepared their muskets and were ready for whatever came next. A redcoat officer road in first on his horse, he was shot dead, clean off his came next....
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