Causes And Effects Of The Battle Of Quebec

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Misty Ballard
8th Grade English
Mrs. King
November 24, 2015
The Battle of Quebec
According to the Dictionary of American History British General James Wolfe was given charge of 9,280 men and sailed to the Saint Lawrence river. On June 27, 1775 he circled Orleans below Quebec to capture the city but it was not useful so he went back to Fort Ticonderoga. The battle of Quebec has several cause, leaders, events, and effects that make the war.
The Battle of Quebec there are blizzard conditions but that doesn’ t stop the causes. For example The American Revolution explains that on September of 1775, the Contenintal army went into Quebec, so they had a goal to defeat the British military. Another cause two leaders from the US Colonies, Brigadier
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