anonymous
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Why were the battles at Lexington and Concord significant? Select the best answer from the choices provided. More people were killed there than any other battle in the war. They signaled that the colonists were prepared to fight for independence. King George III fought in the battles to keep the colonies as part of England. Paul Revere prevented the British from going to Lexington. @readergirl12
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i know its not B
anonymous
  • anonymous
C. It was the first real skirmish/ fight of the american revolution.
readergirl12
  • readergirl12
I agree :P

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THX im gonna re post
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Yw

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