The Battle of Bunker Hill took place on June 17, 1775. It resulted in a British victory, but resulted in many British casualties which demonstrated that inexperienced colonial troops had the chance to fight regular troops in battle.


By the 1700s, the ideals of the enlightenment spread to America. Discontent with British rule began to rise in the Thirteen Colonies.


The Boston Massacre enraged the American populace. Patriots began to form militias and take action.


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