The result of the fighting at Lexington and concord were surprising, with the Americans had killed a lot more British and the British barely killed any Americans.This was important because it was considered the first battle of the American revolution.
The British had stormed bunker and breed's Hill three times but then winning the last. Patriots were outnumbered by the redcoats which is why the British won. This was important because the battle of bunker it was one of the first battles that sparked the revolution.
Seeking Help from Europe
This battle was important because it was turning point in the American Revolution. Past victoire and this one helped boost Americans morale and believed they could beat the bigger stronger army American troops had surrounded Burgoyne and his 5,800 men at Saratoga, New York. The Americans were well prepared for this clash.
Women's Role in The Revolution
Training with Lafayette and von Steuben made the soldiers stronger and ready to do battle at Monmouth. This was important because it built up soldiers stamina for battles yet to come.
The alliance between France and the United States did not happen immediately. Taking advantage of the Continental Army's Momentum, the continental congress sent Benjamin Franklin and John Adams to Europe.
All these woman provided examples of woman who were every bit as involved and took the same risks in the American Revolution as the men did. These Woman helped changed the way men look at Woman.