he Bostonians were influenced against British rule by Samuel Adams, a member of
the First and Second Continental Congress. On the night of December 16, 1773, Adams and Hancock, another Bostonian leader, sent out
the Sons of Liberty disguised as Native Americans to dump the tea shipment from Britain into the Boston harbor. This was a protest against
the Tea Act issued by King George III.
- Became governor of Massachusetts in 1794.
---The Know it all
- Samuel Adams was a great leader and without him the revolution would never be the same.
- Samuel Adams was a Harvard graduate, who was a terrible businessman and heavily in debt? Also, he was one of the founder's of the "Son's of Liberty"
- He wasn't "into clothes" or what you would call dapper.
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