Trace the development of the British-American conflict up to 1776. Could the relationship have been saved? (Chapters 5 and 6)
The British American conflict, also known as the American revolution war or American war was a conflict pitting the Great Britain and its thirteen colonies in America which had declared independence in July 1776 as united states of America. The immediate cause of the war was the exchange of gunfire at Lexington and concord in Massachusetts and signaled the start of the American revolution and lead to the creation of a new nation.