Samuel Adams
By Jason A.

#ColonialAmerica #Kettner #Tech1 Samuel Adams was born in Boston, in 1722, September 27th. He hated the British Taxes, so he began an organization against the Stamp Act, (Which was in 1765) And also played an important role in the Boston Tea Party, and that was a protest about British Taxes. He founded Boston's committee of correspondence, which helped communication, during the Revolutionary War. Samuel also was a legislator in Massachusetts from 1765 to 1774. He also had a cousin, John Adams, who was the second U.S President. His last politicial role was serving as Massachusetts's Governer, from 1794 to 1797. Adams died on October 2nd, 1803 in his hometown of Boston.

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