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Despite the American rebels' failed efforts to bring their revolution to Nova Scotia and Canada, they did win their war against Britain in the 13 colonies. Prominent American colonists signed the Declaration of Independence on 4 July 1776. After a protracted struggle, British forces surrendered in October 1781. Two years later the formally recognized the United States of America.

In 1775 at the start of the American Revolution, rebel forces invaded Canada, occupying Montréal and attacking the town of Québec.

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J.B. Brebner, The Neutral Yankees of Nova Scotia (1937); M. Jensen, The Founding of a Nation (1968); G. Lanctôt, Canada and the American Revolution (trans 1967); G.F.G. Stanley, Canada Invaded, 1775-1776 (1973).

Burgoyne and his British soldiers pursued the retreating Americans out of Canada, leading a counter-invasion southward via Lake Champlain in New York. Burgoyne, however, overextended himself. In the first great American victory of the Revolutionary war, Burgoyne's force was defeated and surrendered at Saratoga on 17 October 1777.


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The American Revolution, also known as the Revolutionary War, was one of the most significant events in American history. Without it, the United States of America may not have come into existence. Read on and learn why it happened, and learn about key events of the revolution. Also check out our links to other sites on the American Revolution.

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Sprague, D.N.. "American Revolution – Invasion Of Canada." In The Canadian Encyclopedia. Historica Canada, 1985—. Article published February 7, 2006