During which clash, before colonists declared independence from Britain, did the American rebels succeed in conquering the British troops they were up against and how?
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The Battle of Bunker Hill: The Continental Army attacked British soldiers from behind trenches leading to a British retreat, despite three attempts to take the hill.
The Battle at Lexington: Minutemen at Lexington ambushed British troops and prevented them from proceeding to Concord to confiscate the patriots’ military supplies.
The Burning of Falmouth: Falmouth patriots captured British ships carrying weapons and supplies and averted a British naval fleet intent on burning down their town.
The Battle of Fort Ticonderoga: Benedict Arnold’s and Ethan Allen’s men launched a surprise early morning attack on Fort Ticonderoga and captured the fort
The Attack on Quebec: General Arnold’s and Colonel Montgomery’s troops successfully took over Quebec after launching an attack late at night.