The relationship this has to the revolutionary war is

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The relationship this has to the revolutionary war is that this is when colonist agreed that a Continental Army was needed which would be led by George Washington. Bunker Hill The events that lead to this was that a set of troops were acting on orders to move to a better position and ended up right above the British army. The relationship this has to the revolutionary war is that it had shown the British that the American army was organized and ready for war. Quebec The Battle of Quebec was part of the American invasion of Canada with terrible results for the Americans As for the relationship it plays in the revolutionary war well I would say that it was one of our actual first major offensive’s
Appendix C HIS/115 Version 3 2 Lake Champlain The battle at lake Champlain happen because The British were fed up with the patriots and also because Lake Champlain was a critical strategic area. This Lake played many different roles in the revolutionary war it helped the patriots at times as well as cost them many lives as well as the British also it was the staging point for the British fleet and American fleet to battle. Trenton The battle of Trenton happened because of a surprise attack organized by George Washington This was important to the revolutionary war because this showed George Washington was not only smart but was well on his was to removing British troops from the American colonies.

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