Samuel Adams was a radical patriot in the revolutionary war.
no he wasnt john Adams was
samuel adams died in the revolutionary war
yes samuel adams did get hurt
Samuel Adams was important to the revolutionary war because he was the second president and he was also the first cousin of John Adams.
Samuel Adams was described as the 'supreme genius of Revolutionary agitation. ' Samuel Adams served as the 4th Governor of Massachusetts.
Samuel Adams was one of the strongest voices in Revolutionary War. He organized many resistance groups. During the war he served on both Continental Congresses.
Samuel Adams of Boston
Samuel Adams, one of the leaders of the American Revolutionary Movement, was born the 27 of September of 1722, his father was Samuel Adams, Sr. and his mother was Mary Adams. He was also the second cousin of President John Adams.
Samuel Adams started the Sons of Liberty and "stirred" up riots throughout the "new land".
they were John Concock and Samuel Adams
No, he was not a soldier.
He helped warn John Hancock and Samuel Adams that the British were coming for them
Like many people in the Revolutionary period, Sam Adams brewed beer, however, he has no connection with the beer company that was named in his honor or in memory of him.