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Battle of Quebec - December 31, 1775
Transcript of Battle of Quebec - December 31, 1775
Defeated: Continental Maj. General Richard Montgomery
The battle of Quebec was so important to the Americans because they were planning to capture the city of quebec. General Richard Montgomery and Benedict Arnold had about 1,200 men with them in the battle.
British and Canadians losses were 20. American losses were around 500. The battle was important because it was the first defeat of the continental army, and they lost a great deal of people including Major General Montgomery. Benedict Arnold:
Born: January 14, 1741 in Norwich Connecticut
Died: June 14, 1801 in London
When he was 15 he ran away from home and joined the connecticut army.
Benedict Arnold led an army in the battle of quebec along with General Richard Montgomery. Daniel Morgan : Captain Daniel Morgan was one of the 1,000 men who volunteered to attack Quebec
Morgan took over when Arnold was wounded
Morgan and his troops eventually had to surrender when General Richard montgomery and his troops did not show up General Richard Montgomery:
Montgomery was born on December 2, 1736
He died on died on December 31, 1775
Montgomery and Arnold led about 1,200 American army forces to attack Quebec
Montgomery was killed in the battle of Quebec Terms of the Treaty of paris:
British recognized the independent nation of the U.S.A
British had to remove all of their troops from the new nation
Set new borders for the United States
United States Agreed to pay the debts they owed to Great Britian, and to not persecute loyalists still in America and allow those that left America to return By: Natasha Costello