What was the state where the Revolutionary War began?
The Revolutionary War was said to begin in Massachusetts. Specifically, it began when a large group of redcoats went on march to Concord, to seize colonial gunpowder stores, and arrest Samuel Adams and John Hancock. The redcoats were met by a small militia in the village green of Lexington, en route to Concord. These militiamen were easily beaten, but gave the people of Concrod time to prepare for the redcoats' arrival. The redcoats were driven to retreat, and suffered a large number of casualties as they fled back to Boston.
The Revolutionary War can be traced back to the French Indian War of 1754-1763. Since the Revolutionary War is the culmination of taxes and un-represented legislation in Britain, this is the logical start of the Revolutionary War. The first shots and where the fighting began for the war have a different date and that would be April 19th, 1775.
The American Revolutionary War created a new form of government, a Federal form of government. That was revolutionary. The American Civil War was not a Revolutionary War. It was a Civil War. It was brother against brother and state against state. It killed many men on both sides. It tore up the infrastructure of the Southern part of the United States. While many slaves were freed during the war, most of the slaves would be…