He organized the Committees of Correspondence.
John Q. Adams was born in 1867. He was not quite nine years old when independence was declared. He did not play a noticeable role in the revolution.
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The northeastern part of the colonies was the main hotbed of anti English sentiment. People like John and Sam Adams were from Massachusetts.
Jefferson, Franklin, and Adams were in France trying to get troops and money.
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John Adams defended the British soldiers who were arrested after the boston massacre.
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He signed the Declaration of Independence and was our temporary leader before the war ended.
He was the first African American to be a double spy during the American revolution
The American Revolution helped shpae our country to what ti is today. The American Revolution is where the Patriots fought for their right to be independent from Britain.
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She was the first women to write the History of the American Revolution
Samuel Adams was actually known as Father of the American Revolution. He initiated the Committees on Correspondence that linked the colonies together. He published many articles and was a key catalyst in uniting the colonies. A great book is "Samuel Adams" by Mark Puls. A remarkable life, and fascinating to read. Sam Adams is one of the great heroes of the Revolution but few of us were taught that.
During the American Revolution the Native Americans fought in either side, American or British.
There were a number of Wentworths involved in the American Revolution. One, named John Wentworth, was a revolutionary leader in New Hampshire. Another, also named John Wentworth, was a Tory who had been the governor of New Hampshire. Another, named John Wentworth, Jr., was a delegate from New Hampshire to the Continental Congress.