The Battle of Fort Ticonderoga
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The Battle of Fort Ticonderoga was between the British and the 13 colonies. (Benedict Arnold and Ethan Allen fought for the Americans).
After the French and Indian war, the French decided to fortify the narrow waterway that connected New France with Britian's American colonies.
Fort Ticonderoga is located at Lake Champlain in northeastern New York and served as a key point of access between Canada and the Hudson River Valley.
During the American Revolution on May 10th, 1775.
The Americans capturing the fort will not only give them protection but will also give them llarge amounts of artillery that can be used in future battles.
Benedict Arnold from Massachusetts joined Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys from Vermont in an attack on the fort, surprising and capturing the sleeping British garrison.
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