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Updated: 11/13/2020
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  • We need our rights to be recognized And unite
  • The 1st Continental Congress
  • We should not be going against the British laws.
  • People felt like they ran the colonies. They would probably like and want to maintain this power. We have no choice.
  • The 2nd Continental Congress
  • I think they would disagree and fight for changes. Making an army against the worlds greatest
  • this was a good way to settle things and that it showed Lexington and Concord that America were not willing to fight for rights but they would die for them.
  • Battles of Lexington and Concord
  • They would be mad at whoever shot first.
  • In September 1774, some 50 leaders from 12 colonies met in Philadelphia. The delegates agreed to send a respectful message to King George. The message urged the king to consider their complaints and to recognize their rights.
  • For more than a country the British government left the colonies alone to solve their own issues. They had power to pass and make laws. Collecting taxes. Threatened with reason. They organize an army. Chose George Washington and it worked
  • In April 1775, a spy told General Gage that the colonists were hiding a large supply of gunpowder and weapons in the nearby village of Concord. General Gage decided to strike at once. The general ordered 700 of his best troops to march to Concord and seize the weapons. To keep the colonists from moving the weapons, the attack had to be a surprise, so Gage had his troops march the 20 miles to Concord at night. Had to move arsenal. They were told not to shoot first (lost at Lexington) were able to get away.
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