Second Continental Congress

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The Second Continental Congress, 1775-1789, is by far the more noteworthy of the two Continental Congresses. It was created in late 1774 when the First Continental Congress called on the colonies to send delegates to the Second one. It met in Philadelphia and was the national government that declared independence in July 1776, fought, financed, and won the American Revolution with the help of France and other allies.

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