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They were a Vermont militia led by Ethan Allen. They captured a military point that was strategically important. They fought at Fort George, Fort Ticonderoga, and Fort Crown Point near Lake Champlain.

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Where did the green mountain boys get their name?

the green mountain boys got their name from the green mountains in vermont.


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