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    During the time period of the American Revolution, many people played key factors in the event that led to the American victory. One of those critical people was Samuel Adams. Samuel Adams was a pivotal figure in the American Revolution that led to American Independence. He was crucial because he led multiple protests against the Stamp Act, Townshend Act, Tea Act, and the Intolerable Acts. He also organized the Boston Tea Party and organized the propaganda of many local newspapers about British troops. Samuel Adams was born on September 16, 1722, in Boston, Massachusetts.He attended the Boston Latin School, which was famous for educating the sons of the Boston privileged. At age 14, in 1736 he went to Harvard College as did most of the graduates…

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    Samuel Adams is a monumental political American hero who assisted in leading the movement towards the American revolution, an event that started American history and lasted from 1775 and lasted until 1783. He was a key player is events against various acts and taxes put on the new world by Great Britain. Without his courage and bravery to stand up against Great Britain America would not be what it is today. Samuel Adams was born on September twenty seventh, seventeen twenty two in Boston…

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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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    Samuel Adams was born on September 27, 1722. He was born in Boston Massachusetts and graduated from Harvard in the year of 1740. He was the son of a merchant and maltster. After graduation Sam Adams was unsuccessful at becoming a brewer and a newspaper publisher. He later discovered that politics were his true calling. He began his political career by participating in Boston town affairs. He became well known through his participation in the Massachusetts assembly during the opposition of the…

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    Samuel Adams once said, “The truth is, all might be free if they valued freedom, and defended it as they ought.” This quote by Samuel Adams means that if you value freedom and defended your opinion you can be free in your own special way. In This essay, you will learn about the life of Samuel Adams, Samuel Adams is one of the founding fathers of the Unites States of America, Adams also helped to arrange the Boston Tea Party. Samuel Adams planned the Boston Tea Party, which was when People dumped…

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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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    Alyson Johnson Mrs. King ELA 5th Hour 20 December 2016 Samuel Adams “The liberties of our country, the freedom of our civil constitution, are worth defending against all hazards: And it is our duty to defend them against all attacks.” Why was Samuel Adams so important? His life before the war, why he joined the war, his role in the war, and his life after the war show why. Samuel Adams was an important person in the Revolutionary War and was also apart of other groups. According to the text,…

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    Samuel Adams. He went to Harvard, tried brewing, and was the brother of president John Adams. Some people say that Samuel Adams really didn't do much for the colonies, but that is simply not true. It is important that Samuel Adams should be recognized as a significant figure in history. He helped propel America towards independence with his actions and words, helped with the war effort against Britain, and had an important role in independent America’s government. First of all, Samuel Adams…

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    Civil Disobedience In many cases, a person is willing to give everything they possess for what they believe in. Their moral convictions or other reasons encourage them to take actions that they would not usually display. Two examples of individuals following a higher moral law are Antigone, the main character of the age-old Greek play Antigone by Sophocles, and Samuel Adams, an American freedom fighter who led the Boston Tea Party in 1773. Both of these individuals committed civil disobedience,…

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