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Outcomes of the Revolution
Complete the grid by describing each military event and explaining its relationship to the outcome of the Revolutionary War.
|Military Event |Description |Relationship to the Outcome of the Revolutionary War | | |These two battles were the first battles in the Revolutionary War. They were two |The outcome of these two battles was devastating to both armies. The number of | |Concord and Lexington|battles starting April, 18,1775.Which was the same night of the infamous Paul |casualties for the Royal Army was 273 soldiers, while the Rebels casualty number was 94.| | |Revere ride through Concord. When the British came in to capture and attack, the |As a result of these two battles, the Revolutionary War was just beginning (Weiss, | | |Rebels were waiting to attack at Lexington (Weiss, 2010).As the Royal Army went to|2010). | | |a farm looking for weapons, they ran into a group of Colonist. A battle ensued, | | | |and the Minutemen made the Royal Army retreat. The British were successful in | | | |retreating even with the resistance made by the rebels. | | | | | | | |This event occurred May 10, 1775. Ethan Allen, Colonel Benedict and his Green |In July 1777, General Burgoyne's army overwhelmed the Colonists fort and Ticonderoga | | |Mountain Boys captured Fort Ticonderoga in a surprise offensive (Haus, 2011). |became property of the Royal Army. The Colonists were unsuccessful in their | |Fort Ticonderoga |General Washington and the colonists in the area were however able to fend the |counterattack on the fort in September of that same year. Later on during the war, the | | |British off with ammo taken from the fort (Haus, 2011). |British abandoned the fort (Haus, 2011). | | |The Second Continental Congress was meeting of representatives from the Thirteen |“The Colonists stated that Britain had declared war against them on March 26, 1775. The | |Second Continental |Colonies that occurred May 10, 1775, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. |Continental Army was created to oppose the British, and General George Washington was | |Congress | |appointed commander in chief” (US History.org, 2010). Most importantly, on July 4, 1776,| | | |the delegates created the Declaration of Independence, thus giving the colonists freedom| | | |from the British Empire (US History.org, 2010). | | |The Battle of Bunker Hill happened on June 17, 1775. The battle started when the |Bunker Hill is known as one of the most important colonial victories in the | |Bunker Hill |colonists got wind that the Royal Army...
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