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Disney · Hyperion
"John Hancock and Samuel Adams were an unlikely pair of troublemakers. Hancock was young and dashing. Adams was old and stodgy. But working together, they rallied the people of Boston against the unfair policies of Great Britain and inspired American resistance. And to King George, they became a royal pain. When the British army began marching toward Lexington and Concord, sending Hancock and Adams fleeing into the woods, the two men couldn't help...
This is the story of Samuel Adams, an American patriot and a founder of the new American nation. He wrote and spoke out about the unfair British taxes imposed upon the colonists. Adams organized the Boston Tea Party-an act of rebellion by the Sons of Liberty that led directly to the Revolutionary War. He was a delegate to the First and Second Continental Congresses and was one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. Adams continued...
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