MACKENZIE BOSTICK

by gcheritage
Last updated 6 years ago

Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
Historical biographies
Grade:
5

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MACKENZIE BOSTICK

During the meeting,between 30 and 100 men headed towards a tea ship docked at the harbor and they snuck aboard and dumped the tea into the ocean. Adams worte articles against the Surgar Act and he Stamp Act in the Boston Gazett, also Adams fought against the Sugar Act. Adams also spent the rest of his life nto politics and he died October 2, 1803

Sam Adams was a writer and a politician who helped push colonies into the the American Revolutiorary War. Adams journey started on September 27,1722 in Boston,Massachusetts. In May of 1774, Adams started a boycott of British goods because I was mad that he couldnt vote. Adams publicly spupported the Boston Tea Party. Adams joined Boston residents in a meeting to discuss what the should do.

Sam Adams

After the war Adams became less important.

SAM ADAMS


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