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 andLexingtonThis was made of two battles that had begun on April 19th 1775. When British troops were sent into Concord to capture John Hancock and Samuel Adams. Both of the men had been warned about the attacks from British. Since all had been warned they were prepared and waiting in Lexington when the British came to attack. These battles were battles that took many lives and by the end of the day the British troops lost 273 soldiers and the colonist lost 94 and the colonist dies during the battle in Lexington. Thesebattle were small they still marked an outbreak of violence that was between the American colonials and the British.This was the beginning of the Revolutionary War. The Concord and Lexington helped the American colonies win their independence from the British from taxation and rules.Fort TiconderogaThis was a post on Lake Champlain connecting New France with Britain’s American colonies. During the American Revolution this was the scene of . The first victory of the Revolutionary War and was a morale booster which provided key artillery for the continental Army in the first year of the war and to be used
Appendix CHIS/115 Version 32Americans first victory in the struggle for independence and the U.S. northern had a stronghold protecting many from British Invasion. The Americans captured for Ticonderoga from the British and have also gather many useful things such as cannons, gunpowder, and ammunition. in future battles. This site controlled the river portage. The route was for important trade so controlling forces had the advantage.Second Continental CongressIn May 1775 there was a gathering of colonial leadersto determine the colonies response to the battles of Lexington and Concord. Here they passed resolutionssupporting the war these included a sharp rejection of all authority under the kind of America. They would also decide where and who they would attack. The Second Continental Congress managed the colonial war effort, as they move incrementally towards the independence and adopting the United States Declaration of Independence in 1776. They raised armies, appointed diplomats and made formal treaties, the congress would act as the de facto national government that would be known as the United States.

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