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The Battle of Lexington
First Continental Congress
The Declaration of Indepedence
In the battle of Lexington, the colonists won. The British had to retreat back to Boston because they were over powered by the colonists. This battle proved to the British that the colonists were very organized and trained well.
The First Continental Congress took place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 56 delegates or represenatives attended. The result of this meeting resulted the colonists continuing to boycott, but colonial militias were ready to fight.
John Adams, Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Robert Livingston, and Robert Sherman signed the Declaration of Independence. The main author is Thomas Jefferson. The main idea of The Declaration of Independence is to make sure all men possess alienable rights.
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