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Why was the location of the Battle of Quebec important?

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Why was the location of the Battle of Quebec important?

Continental Army:

While the British had a well-trained and organized army at the start of the American Revolution, the Second Continental Congress needed to start from scratch. They had to organize an army, place generals in charge, begin plans for conscription, and locate funds and supplies for the troops. General George Washington was the man charged with the task of then organizing and leading these new forces.

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There were actually two battles of Quebec in North America. The first was on September 13, 1759, during the French and Indian War. The battle was a...

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American Revolution Battles: Lesson for Kids

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The American Revolution lasted for many years and there were many battles between American colonists and the British. Witness a handful of important battles, learn where they were fought, and who was the victor in each battle.


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