Samuel Adams

Samuel Adams
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  • 1756
  • Taxation without Representation is Tyranny
  • Samuel Adams is being influenced by John Locke and the wise words of James Otis.
  • 1767  
  • During the British Parliament Adams, was made part of the Massachusetts House of Representatives. When this happened he started working alongside John Hancock.
  • 1773
  • Adams and two other sons of Liberty are tossing boxes of tea into Boston Harbor during the Boston Tea Party.
  • 1774
  • Bombs away
  • Adams fights in Revolutionary war. It was bloody it may of not been pretty but they defended their country.
  • Adams goes back to the Continental Congress and joins his cousin John Adams in signing the Declaration of Independence. 
  • 1776
  • 1789-1803
  • I can't believe my husband and your loving father is gone.
  • Adams becomes mayor of Massachusetts Federalists party in 1793. He retired in 1779 because he got ill. He died on October 2, at age 81 in 1803.
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