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Battle of LexingtonAmerican Revolutionary War - LexingtonThis article on the Battle of Lexington provides facts and information about this conflict between the British and American forces during the Revolutionary War:What was the date of the Battle of Lexington?Who were the leaders of the Battle of Lexington?Whe
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The Battles of Lexington and Concord were the first military engagements of the American Revolutionary War . The battles were fought on April in Middlesex County , Province of Massachusetts Bay , within the towns of Lexington , Concord , Lincoln , Menotomy (present-day Arlington) , and Cambridge , near Boston . The bat
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