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part 2 ss

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  • I am a loyalist and I do not agree at all with these new laws that we are making for america.
  • 1st Continental Comgress
  • Well I am a patriot and I 100% think all these laws should be set into order now.
  • Battels of Lexington and Concord
  • No, please do not take out weapons, we need them and they are very sacred to us.
  • I am heading over to Concord, to steal their weapons. This will benifit so they wont use them against us.
  • 2nd Continental Congress
  • This is a absolutley brilliant idea that we are going to have a Continental Army. I am so happy we met again.
  • Are you insane? This idea is horrible and it is going to affect america in a negative way.
  • The first Continental congress took place between September 5th and October 16th 1774. Delgates from 12 British colonies met to discuss what would happen in the furture of america. One of the delgates was Samual Adams, George Washington, and John Adams. The delgates discussed boycotting British goods to establish the rights of america. After that they planned to have another meeting. That ended up to be the second continental congress.
  • In 1775 the colonists were hiding the weapons; they werehiding near a large supply of gunpowder. General Gage struck. After that,General Gage made 700 of his troops go to Concord and seize the weapons. Theattack was planned to be a surprise. The news that the colonists had their ownspies got to Lexington. On April 19th General Gage met Captain JohnParker. He led a band of 70 Minutemen. At Lexington the soldiers were told, “Don’tfire unless fired upon”. There was a first shot, know one knew who it was from.The British won the battle of Lexington and then colonists ended up winning the battles of Concord.
  • This was a followup meeting of the first Continental congress. Once again, there were representitives from 12 of the colonies. After this there was a continental army elected. That is what the congress declared.
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