If General Richard Montgomery doesn't die and wins the Battle of Quebec in 1775, then a few major changes happen: Francophone, Catholic Quebec likely becomes part of the early independent colonies. Would they be an independent state? Would they become part of the new Union? Would they be allowed by the other States to refuse to sign the Articles of Confederation? Would there even *be* an Articles of Confederation - if Quebec eventually participates in the Second Continental Congress, how would that impact the drafting process? This, naturally, butterflies Canada. IRL all the Anglo loyalists in the newly independent states move to Canada and create that new identity, but that doesn't happen here. Do the Anglo loyalists leave back for Britain? Go to Australia? If they stay, and I assume many would, how would this affect the post-Revolutionary political system in America? Finally, assuming Gen. Montgomery survives the rest of the war, George Washington might not become the famous general and war hero that he was. How would this impact American political history? Would Montgomery get elected as the first President?