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POD: During the Battle of Bunker Hill, a lucky shot from General William Prescott led to the death of William Howe. Demoralized, the British troops are forced to retreat, with the American forces succeeding in holding Bunker Hill.
On July 4th, General Joseph Warren launched an attack against British forces in Boston and defeated General Henry Clinton, therefore seizing the city of Boston for the American Revolutionaries.
The Continental Congress meets in the recently liberated city of Boston to discuss the creation of the Continental Army from the various colonial militias. General William Prescott states the popular saying "United we Stand, Divided we fall" as part of his speech to the Congress, who appoints Prescott as their top General and General Warren as his second.
To bolster the supply of troops, General Prescott issues a Proclamation stating that "If anyone enslaves serves in the Continental Army, they will be awarded with their freedom. Afterward, thousands of slaves applied for positions in the military.
General Prescott reviews plans for the American secret weapon The Turtle, and orders several of these weapons to be created as a means of breaking naval blockades.
General Prescott meets with the leaders of several Native American tribes, offering an alliance in exchange for a place in the United States. General Warren plainly states that Great Britain would betray the Native American tribes after the Revolution fails. This leads to an alliance between the United Colonies and the Iroquois Confederacy.
Meanwhile, at least thirty turtles were developed and sent to the blockades of New York City and Boston, carrying with them troops and explosives. The Blockades are soon defeated when whole ships are seized or destroyed by the troops.
British naval forces tried to surround the city of Providence in a blockade, only to be defeated by American battalion leader Jack Sisson, utilizing The Shark, the successor to The Turtle.
Desperate to save their fleet and soldiers, the Parliament of Great Britain agrees to meet with the Continental Congress to discuss terms for independence.
Forces from both sides meet in Boston to discuss the Treaty of Boston, in which Great Britain was forced to grant independence to America and cede Canada to the United States.
King George abdicates his throne, calling Parliament "weak-willed cowards". His son, George IV, succeeds his father and agrees to the terms.
In March, a gentleman named Henry Yates called for a meeting of delegates from several states in order to discuss plans for a new Constitution.
Delegates from all Thirteen States (in OTL, Rhode Island did not take in the Constitutional Convention) and the admitted Canadian states meet in Philadelphia to discuss a new constitution.
The Constitution is signed into affect on September 17th, 1778.
William Prescott is elected the first President of the United States of America, with a Native American named William Runningdeer serving as his vice-president.
President Prescott signs the Native Cultural Preservation Act into law, allowing for Native Americans to settle in areas where their culture could be preserved.
This leads to the Iroquois Confederacy agreeing to be assimilated into the United States, with many of these Cultural Reservations being established across New York, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts.
The Washington Monument is completed in Atlanta, commemorating General Washingtons sacrifice in the Battle of Atlanta. The Statue depicts George Washington holding his sword high while broken chains lie at his feat, symbolizing his role in America's freedom.
President Prescott announces the building of a central city where the government would be run. In a Congressional vote, the city is named Washington, DC after George Washington himself.
President William Prescott announces that he will not seek reelection, stating "I am getting old in my chair. The People need new leadership, and I am not that leader."
William Franklin is elected President following the resignation of President Prescott.
The state of Vermont is admitted as the 14th state.