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Battle on Lexington Green

It is said, the onslaught at Lexington (MA) was a duel between British regulars–who were tired and fatigue and drunken colonists. Following an extensive advance through the Charles River and the municipality of Boston, the British militia arrived wet and extremely...

Paul Revere Pt. 1

Word of mouth has it: Paul Revere’s offsprings had a hand in his celebrated midnight ride of April 18, 1775. Revere, it is asserted had so many children (eighteen–8 by his current wife and 8 from a previous marriage) that no British regulars wanted to be...

Boston Tea Party ship&museum

by Thomas McGovern Published on travel& Let us proceed back to December 16, 1773. On this night, constituents of the Sons of Liberty, clothed as Mohawk Indians would unload 342 chests of tea in what has become known as the Boston Tea Party. “We then...

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