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Because the king of England rufused to listen to the colonists the representatives went to Phili in 1775 for another meeting. At the Congress meeting they made two rules and those were 1)America must have an organized Continental Army 2) George Washington would command the new army
Second Continental Congress
The captain of a group of about 100 patriots who called themselves the "Green Mountain Boy's" who decided to attack and take Fort Tieconderoga from the British.
Ethan Allen
had hired German soldiers called Hesians
King George
was a major battle of the War for Independence, was also proff that the French could defeat the British even with not trained soldiers
The Battle of Bunker Hill
ASKED A COMMITEE OF FIVE MEN TO WORK TOGETHER TO WRITE THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENCE WHO WERE THOMAS JEFFERSON, JOHN ADAMS, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, ROGER SHERMAN,AND ROBERT LIVINGTON.BUT THOMAS JEFFERSON DID THE ACUAL WRITTING OF THE DOCUMENT
SECOND CONTINENTAL CONGRESS
called the people together
liberty bell
the president of the congress
John Hancock
was a black slave, served colonial army as a spy.
James Armistead
was a young school teacher from Conneticut, volunteered to sneak behind enemy lines to find out what the Britian army was planning, when he got captured the last word he said Were I only regret that I have but one life to loose for my Country
Nathan Hall
Stitched the first American flag on 1777.
Betsy Ross