Boston Massacare 1770

Boston Massacare 1770
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  • Scene 1: Before the Boston Massacre happened, in 1767, the Townshend Act was the cause for the all the chaos to erupt. Taxing the citizens for tea, paper, tobacco, glass, lead, and paint.
  • Scene 2: WIth the British in charge, many men were losing their jobs and blaming it all on the British and wanted to get justice. The soldiers were in front of the mob and were ordered by Capt. Thomas Preston  to not fire.
  • Scene 3: The mob got louder and angrier, throwing snowballs. By then an apprentice named  Edward Garrick, who gets hit down by one of the soldiers which caused the mob to get rilled up.
  • Scene 4: Edward was down and the soldiers were having enough from the citizens. From there a soldier fires the first bullet at an African American, Crispus Attucks. While shooting two more bullets at two more subjects of the mob.
  • Scene 5: The British continued to fire at the mob and killing more and more people. They started to retreat while leaving the area with departed souls and a cloud of smoke.
  • Scene 5: After the storm went by, Paul Revere, started to make tell the story of the great massacre in 1770 name"The Bloody Massacre"
  • The Bloody Masacare
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