Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts

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    beneficial to all people. He understood the importance of doing everything to the best of his abilities, he supported the voting equality of women, he enjoyed learning simply for learning’s sake, and he never believed that he was any worthier than the rest of America. These values would serve many modern politicians well, and are also constantly applicable in the regular life of myself and countless others. Calvin Coolidge went to school in order to become a lawyer, and he put as much time and dedication into his studies and his law firm as he did into his political career. Following his time as a lawyer, he eventually became governor of Massachusetts. He took this office so seriously that, when it came time for him to campaign for reelection, he relied on the people to reelect him without any formal campaign, saying that he “was Governor of Massachusetts, and [his] first duty was to that office.” Such was his desire not to be distracted from the good that he was doing that he never let the lure of power…

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    John Macdonald Case Study

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    the Crown. John MacDonald purchased Lot 36 from the Lord Advocate of Scotland, James William Montgomery, with the assistance of the Roman Catholic Church. John, Donald, Helen and Peggy as well as their Father journeyed to St. John’s Island with 210 settlers in May of 1772. Shortly after arriving John left to join the war efforts and soon after Donald joined him. After the war John stayed in England and corresponded with Helen through letters. Proprietors were responsible for paying a…

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    Politicians have it rough. From making decisions to better their citizens, to creating campaigns to stay in office, politicians spend each day to better the lives of everyone as well as maintaining reputable social statuses. After all, the relationship between the people and the office holder determines whether he is worthy to hold this job. However, what happens if a certain action, event, or scandal jeopardizes their position? The answer is straightforward: an effective public political…

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    Thomas Hutchinson was a lieutenant governor in 1763-1770 and a royal governor to Britain’s Northern colony of Massachusetts during the time of 1771-1774. Hutchinson took harsh measures to help provoke colonial trouble and finally the American Revolution. Hutchinson, being born of a wealthy shopkeeper, dedicated his existence to a public profession as an associate of the Boston Board of Selectmen of Massachusetts Bay. His political career kept growing until he reached a lieutenant governor in…

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    I did my biography on Samuel Lee Adams. Some quick facts about him is he was a U.S. Governor, Statesman. He was born on September 27, 1722 in Boston, Massachusetts. He went to Harvard College and graduated as the class of 1740. He died on October 2, 1803 in Boston, Massachusetts. Samuel Adams was born on September 27, 1722 in Boston, Massachusetts. He went to Harvard and was a 1740 graduate. When he was done with college he was a failed brewer and newspaper publisher before…

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    Samuel Adams A Patriotist

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    Samuel Adams was an American Patriot. He was born in Boston, at September 27th 1722. Adams was one of 12 children born to Samuel and Mary (Fifield) Adams. Only 3 of the children survived, Mary, Samuel and Joseph. He was born into a wealthy, religious family that was involved in politics. Samuel’s father wanted him to become a clergyman, but Adams had an interest in law. Adams got his Masters Degree in Arts to practice law at Hardford University, but his mother did not approve. When the British…

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    the American Civil War. It particularly shows the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry’s bravery. The 54th Massachusetts was an all-black regiment that fought for the Union during the Civil War. The regiment formed in March of 1863 just shortly after the Emancipation Proclamation. Captain Robert Gould Shaw was appointed to be Colonel of the regiment by Governor John A. Andrew. This regiment primarily performed labor work. On July 18, the 54th Massachusetts was eventually acknowledged after…

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    Samuel Adams is considered to be one of the founding fathers of the United States of America. He grew up in a well respected, religious family. He had many jobs, but the only thing he could succeed at was politics. He created many political groups and helped the United States become the way that it is today. He contributed to many major events that led to the start of the American Revolution and the rise of the United States. Sam Adams was born on September 27, 1722, in Boston, Massachusetts.…

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    John F. Kennedy By:Ezra Serna John F. Kennedy was born on May 29, 1917, in brookline Massachusetts. He was the second of nine children. John F. Kennedy’s parents were named Joseph Kennedy, and Rose Kennedy who were both catholic. He went to a private school when he was younger, his first attended school was Dexter school in Brookline. In 1940 he went to Princeton University. While he was still in college he wrote the book “Why England slept” the book was about the tragic events that lead to…

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    Nova Scotia gave them: 1. Land 2. Food 3. Money C. New Brunswick was formed in 1784 from Loyalists. D. Quebec also took Loyalists. 1. The governor of Quebec was buying land for the loyalists to settle on. 2. In the 1790’s, the Loyalists settled on the Niagara peninsula. a. He allowed English Loyalists. b. He allowed Native Loyalists (2,000). i. Joseph Brant led the Iroquois. ii. He was probably a Christian. iii. He negotiated with the British iv. Chief John Deseronto was also a Christian and a…

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