Samuel Adams

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Samuel Adams

Samuel Adams

Birth and DeathSamuel was born on September 27, 1722. He died on October 2, 1803 in the morning.

HometownSamuel Adams was born in Boston, MA and died in Boston, Ma.

Declaration Of IndependenceSamuel served as a delegate to the continental Congress, until 1781. As a delegate, he urged a final break from Britain and signed America's declaration of Independence alonside his second cousin, John Adams.

Samuel's Acopmplish-mentsSamuel helped organize resistance in Boston to Britain's Stamp Act of 1765. He also played a vital role in organizing the Boston Tea Party, an act of opposing to the Tea Act of 1773, among various other political efforts. Among his accomplishments, he founded Boston's nationwide, proved to be a powerful tool for America's communication and coordination during the Revolutionary war.

To help coordinate resistance to what he saw as the British Government's attempts to violate the British Constitution at the expence of the colonies, in 1772 Samuel and his calleagues devised a committee of correspondence system.

Samuel attended the Continental Congress in Philadelphia, which was convened to coordinate a colonial response. He helped guide Congress towards issuing the Declaration of Independence in 1776, he helped draft the Articles of Confederation and the Massachusetts Constitution.

Mr. GovernorSamuel returned to Massachusetts after the American Revolution, where he served in the state senate and was eventually elected governor.

http://www.biography.com/#!/people/samuel-adams-9176129http://www.ushistory.org/declaration/signers/adams_s.htm


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