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    The Boston Massacre The Boston massacre was a significant event that didn’t happen until March 5, 1770. The colonists used it as propaganda. The Boston massacre only lasted about twenty minutes. Shortly after the Boston massacre the Boston tea party took place. There were five people that were killed in the Boston Massacre. One victim was, Crispus Attucks. He was a dock worker who was killed instantly when the british fired their guns. Another victim was, Samuel Gray. Samuel Gray, a worker at the rope walk were the fighting started, was also killed instantly. The third victim was, James Calwell. James Caldwell, a mate on an american ship, also died instantly. The fourth victim was, Samuel Maverick. Samuel Adams, an apprentice to an ivory cutter, was 17 but, didn’t die until the morning of March 6, 1770.The fifth and last victim was Patrick Carr. Patrick Carr, a leather breeches maker, was mortally wounded but did not die until March 14, 1770. There were different perspectives on the boston massacre. The british, only fired because the colonists were…

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    Recognized towards the Town’s backup responders as “The Battlement”, the Boston EMS Communication Operations Center receives and prioritizes all incoming alternative homoeopathic calls, dispatches emergency parts, directs with other community protection activities and local hospitals, and maintains communication with all units in the field. Dispatch Operations is co-located with the Boston Police. Furthermost, 9-1-1 calls are originally received by Boston Police or Massachusetts State Police…

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    Adrenaline rushed through my tensed body as though I inched toward the edge of a cliff ready to jump off. Governor Hutchinson just rejected our plea to send the Dartmouth back to England, and everyone in Boston couldn’t take much more of England’s petty games of taxation and their seemingly unlimited power over the colonies. Once the governor’s answer came to everyone at the Old South Meetinghouse, I think we all felt something needed to be done to send a message to England that we had enough…

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    Diversity In Boston Today

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    When i first came to the US i didn’t know no one and didn’t know nothing about the area i was living in. When i first when to come and saw some people speaking spanish and they welcomed me in, i felt i was joining their community. Imagine being an immigrant and coming into the country and not knowing anything about anyone and starting a new life over and the first thing being put in a community where you are supposed to be a type of way.Imagine coming into the country and most people hating you…

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    ‘’On April 15, 2013, two bombs went off near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three spectators and wounding more than 260 other people. Four days later, after an intense manhunt that shut down the Boston area, police captured one of the bombing suspects, 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, whose older brother and fellow suspect, 26-year-old Tamerlan Tsarnaev, died following a shootout with law enforcement earlier that same day” (“Boston Marathon Bombings”).This capture and shootout…

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    Something that could change the United States forever. A leading story, the Boston Massacre is what they are calling it. We have just heard that five people have been killed, including British Soldiers and colonists. The things leading up to, this is the taxes that British put on us. “They felt it was a violation of their rights.” The British shot the first shot, they didn’t guns, they shot snowballs and other small things. We only started firing back because they hit one of our people. …

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    The Boston Protest lasted from April 18th, 2015- May 3rd, 2015, and was heard nation-wide. Freddie Gray was arrested, and later died because of a spinal cord injury, possibly made from the police when they arrested him. There was a debate on whether or not Freddie Gray sustained the injury while being arrested, or while in transit to the police station. The protesters were trying to get justice for Freddie Gray. The protest was not just to get justice for Freddie Gray, but also to get…

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    The Boston Marathon is a race that is held every year on the third Monday of April since 1897. This event attracted several people. On April 15,2013 two bombs went off near the finish line killing 3 bystanders and wounding more than 250 people. Not only were people seriously injured but property was damaged and the entire city was in shock. Automatically people believed they fell victim to terrorist attacks. Four days later after the FBI took over a video immersed that revealed brothers,…

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    different ethnic backgrounds attended school together. I say this because I came from a country where there wasn’t much diversity. It’s hard to imagine that just 50 years ago people lived in a racially divided America. So how did we end the racial divide in our school system? Especially in the white dominated cities such as Boston. I decided to research on how schools integrated in Boston. I came across a topic called Boston Busing crisis. I had no knowledge of what the Boston Busing crisis…

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    There was a lot of conflict in Boston in 1777. The Boston Massacre had just happened, a British officer in charge Captain Thomas Preston was arrested for manslaughter, the British officials enforced the Townshend Act, and three people were shot and two died, including Crispus Attucks. Many frightened residents of Boston had to pick sides, loyalists, patriots, or just to remain neutral. It is impossible to know which side the American colonists favored, however, I favor the Patriots because I…

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