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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Battles At Lexington and Concord British commander sends troops to towns around Boston to spy onthe minutemen and see what they were doing. The commander told his troops to report back to him.Later, the British fought the minutemen at Lexington and Concord. John Adams, BenjaminFranklim, Thomas Jefferson,Robert Livingston, and Roger Sherman had the job to tell the world why the colonists were breaking away fromBritain. Thomas Jefferson wrote thedocument. John Hancock was the first person to sign Declaration. This battle was the first majorbattle of the Revolution. It proved that the Americans could fightbravely. Also, it showed that the British army would not be easy to defeat. The Battle of Bunker Hill Common Sense Thomas Paine writes a book arguing for independence fromBritain. Olive Branch Petition The Boston Tea Party The Fight For Independence Battles at Lexington and Concord A group of colonists dressedas Indians, go to the Boston Harbor and dump chests of tea into the harbor. They did this because of the Tea Act. Americans and the British openfire at each other at Lexington and Concord in Massachusetts. Congress send a petition to theking asking about an agreementwith the American people. When the petition reached the king, he refused to read it. The Declaration of Independence Congress vote to accept the Declaration of Independence. The declaration was written by Thomas Jefferson, and the first person to sign was JohnHancock.
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