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  • Samuel Adams
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    Samuel Adams American Patriot & Politician To know Samuel Adams the person, one must look far back to the earliest days of his life and move forward from there. To know Adams the American Patriot, one must be aware of this politician's tremendous efforts from within the early United States government. The following biography will examine both sides of this American founding father. Samuel Adams was born in Boston, Massachusetts on September 27, 1722. One could have guessed that this infant would...
  • Said Mr Adams
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    ... circumstances of indigence, to the enjoyment of affluence. To this proposal, Mr. Adams listened with attention; but as Col. Fenton concluded his communication, with all the spirit of a man of honour, with all the integrity of the most in corrupted and incorruptible patriotism, he replied; 'Go tell Governor Gage, that my peace has long since been made with the King of kings, and that it is the advice of Samuel Adams to him, no longer to insult the feelings of an already exasperated people. ' ...
  • Group Of Citizens And Samuel Adams
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    Samuel Adams was born in Boston, Massachusetts. He was a well-known American patriot, which was a leader of the resistance to British policy before the American Revolution, throughout the colonies. Later, he became an active in Boston political circles. Consequently, in 1765, he was elected to the legislative body of Massachusetts, where he assumed leadership of the movement in Massachusetts that advocated independence from Great Britain. In 1767, measures were passed by the British Parliament, ...
  • Massachusetts Samuel Adams
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    Samuel Adams was born on September 27, 1722, Boston, Massachusetts Samuel Adams was a son to a merchant who sold things in Boston. When he graduated from Harvard College in 1740, his ideas about a useful career were not many: he did not want to become a brewer, fate (or ill luck) forced Adams into the brewery; he operated his father's malt house for a livelihood but not as a dedicated businessman, and the idea of working a Church didn't interest Samuel Adams much either. Adams was not a good mer...
  • Samuel Hopkins Adams
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    Samuel Hopkins Adams was born in Boston, Massachusetts, on September 27, 1722. He was the fourth child, out of twelve children, from Samuel and Mary Fil field Adams. He was also the cousin of John Adams, who was our 2nd president of United States in the year of 1797. In the fall of 1736, after he had turned 14 years old. He left his comfortable home and crossed the Charles River to a town called Cambridge. This is where he took enrollment at Harvard College. In the year of 1740, he graduated fro...
  • Samuel Adams
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    Samuel Adams may have been the most radical person in American history. He is often called the original radical. At first glance, he appeared as a very disorganized and incompetent man. He often wore the same set of clothes for a few days straight without washing them. With further inspection, one would notice that he is a little more than he appears on the outside. Adams was a well-known American patriot, which was a leader of the resistance to British policy before the American Revolution. Lat...
  • Revolution Samuel Adams
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    (427) Revolutionary America was an extraordinary time. The Revolution changed many unsuspecting men into heroes; our founding fathers. One of these men was Samuel Adams, a man with unsurpassed dedication and the political intellect to make a difference in America's revolution. Many of the founding fathers were extraordinary because they were famous politicians or great war heroes. Adams superior intellect, diligent efforts, and dedication to the cause made his contributions to independence remar...
  • Samuel Adams Thesis
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    "Let us contemplate out forefathers, and posterity, and resolve to maintain the rights bequeathed to us from the former, for the sake of the latter. The necessity of the times, more than ever, calls for our utmost circumspection, deliberation, fortitude, and perseverance. Let us remember that 'if we suffer tamely a lawless attack upon our liberty, we encourage it, and involve others in our doom. ' It is a very serious consideration that millions yet unborn may be the miserable sharers of the eve...
  • Intolerable Acts And Adams
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    Samuel Adams was born on September 27, 1722 in Boston, Massachusetts. His father, Old Samuel Adams, was a deacon in the Old South Church in Boston. He also served as justice of the peace, selectman and was a Boston representative on the Massachusetts House of Representatives. In 1736, Samuel Adams attended Harvard University. He graduated in 1743 with a Master of Arts Degree. After graduation he began to study law, but soon gave that up. His father gave him a loan of 1,000 pounds. He loaned half...
  • Above Image Of Samuel Adams
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    'The natural liberty of a man is to be free from any superior power on earth, and not to be under the will or legislative authority of man, but only to have the law of nature of his rule' (Samuel Adams, The Rights of the Colonists, , 1772, November 20, page 419) On the eve of December 16, 1773 a company of men passed through the streets of Boston disguised as Mohawk Indians. One of the men that lead this spectacular scene was the respected and admired, Samuel Adams. Samuel Adams was one of the k...
  • Samuel Adams And His Sons Of Liberty
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    Upon his birth, Samuel Adams was able to show that he was very strong and rebellious. One of three survivors of twelve children, Samuel Adams was born on September 27, 1722. (Lewis 5) He was born into a wealthy family in Boston, Massachusetts. His father, Samuel Adams the elder, "was a prosperous brewer and merchant". (Miller 3) He was said to distill the best rum in North America. (Lewis 3) He was also a very religious man. His religious ways earned Samuel Adams the elder the name of "the Deaco...

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