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What was the significance of the battles of Lexington and Concord?

A. These fights provided the Boston militia with combat experience to assist it in its later victories.

B. American victories in these early battles buoyed the spirits of the continental Army to continue fighting.

C.These battles, in which Americans were assisted by the French, ended the American Revolution.

D. These events convinced the Second Continental Congress to declare independence from Great Britain.

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