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Samuel Adams is considered by many as the most influential figure in the early parts of the American Revolution. By aiding rebellions and protests, Samuel Adams proved to be vital.
George Washington led the American forces as the Commander of the Colonial armies. A planter from Virginia, Washington would become the hero and icon of the Revolution. He would go on to serve as America’s first president.
Thomas Jefferson served as a major political and intellectual leader of the American Revolution. He was the primary author of the Declaration of Independence. He would also go on to serve as our third president.
Benjamin Franklin served the revolution in many different ways. He was an ambassador to France and a key figure in creating documents, such as the Declaration of Independence and the Treaty of Paris.
Born in Braintree, MA, John Hancock helped fund early rebellions against British policy. Later, he would be known for his large signature on the Declaration of Independence, and would eventually become the first governor of Massachusetts.
John Adams was a key political and intellectual leader from Massachusetts. By aiding in foreign policy and domestic issues, Adams would go on to become the second President of the United States.
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