During the French and Indian War, Edward Braddock's soldiers were stationed at Concord during preparations for the retaking of Fort Duquesne. Haytham Kenway and Kaniehtí:io came to The Wright Tavern to eavesdrop on the troops to learn of their movements. However, they became suspicious of Haytham and started a fight which he quickly won. Haytham and his comrades stayed at the tavern during the summer before setting out to stop the Braddock Expedition.
On 19 April 1775, troops led by John Pitcairn marched on Concord to seize Patriot cannons and food supplies. They accidentally set fire to the local meeting house before confronting the Concord militia at the North Bridge. Ratonhnhaké:ton's command of the militia led to the loss of 130 Regulars, forcing Pitcairn to order a retreat. The Battles of Lexington and Concord heralded the start of the American Revolutionary War.
In an alternate timeline glimpsed via an Apple of Eden, King Washington sent troops to raid Concord during the search for Kaniehtí:io, who attempted to steal the Apple from him. The soldiers trapped the civilians into the burning church for not telling them her location, but Kaniehtí:io and Ratonhnhaké:ton assassinated them and freed them. The Bluecoats began firing cannons from the cliff above the town, so the Kanien'kehá:ka counterattacked, taking control of the cannons to prevent more of the King's men from entering the town.