Who was the leader of anti-british group in Boston?
Samuel Adams is the leader of the anti-British group in Boston. He is one of the first people to urge revolt against Britain.
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The officer in charge was Captain Thomas Preston, however it isstill debated whether or not he actually gave the order to openfire on the crowd.
I believe the group of Puritans that settled Boston was led by John Winthrop.
On April 19, 1775, the leader of the British force which wasdefeated at Concord and then retreated under fire back to Bostonwas Lieutenant Colonel Francis Smith. Under orders …to uncover anddestroy arms rumored to be hidden in Concord, Lt. Col. Smith'sforces were eventually outnumbered by the rapidly responding"minutemen", were defeated by this force in Concord itself, thenbacktracked quickly (and in poor order) to their base in Boston.
The Siege of Boston began April 19, 1775. The battle was betweenthe American colonies and the British. William Howe was the Britishcommander, he saw that British position was …indefensible and orderhis soldiers to withdraw from Boston.
it is john winthrop
It was John Winthrop because was the leader that lead them.
a angry mob of boctonians