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Lexington and Concord

Summary: A synopsis of the battles of Lexington and Concord, the first battles of the American Revolution.
Paul Revere and William Daws were captured at 1:30 the night before the battle took place. Prescott got away and rode on to concord to warn the colonists of the British moving towards them. That gave some time for the colonists to hide whatever weapons they could and send them out away from there.

On April 15,1775 The British troops crossed the Charles River from Boston towards Concord. At 3:05 AM that morning, the British courier left General Gage. At about 6:45 AM British troops met up with the marines and started walking along Orange Street singing Yankee Doodle. Yankee Doodle was a song that the British sang to mock the colonists. As the British reached the great bridge in Cambridge, the planks were up. The colonists had stacked them neatly nearby, so it was a slight delay but did not take to long for the British to take care of.

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