Pugna Lexingtoniensis primum fuit duorum proeliorum in Middlesex Comitatu Massachusettae in Provincia Sinu Massachusettae die 19 Aprilis 1775 inter copias Exercitus Britannici et colonos in tempus ad hostem propulsandum armatos. Haec proelia usitate habentur initium Belli Libertatis Americae. Proelia pugnata sunt praecipue in oppidis Lexingtonia et Concordia, sed minora proelia levia in Lincolnia, Menotomy (nunc Arlingtonia), et Cantabrigia, prope Bostonia, eodem tempore evenerunt. Prima tela Lexingtoniae prima luce emissa sunt.
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