BC: The End
FC: The Sons of Liberty and Sam Adams
1: The Sons of liberty were the first group organized in the colonies. They were a group of patriots protesting the Stamp Act, and their leader was Mr. Samuel Adams
2: Samuel Adams
4: Samuel Adams was the Father of independence.
6: In May of 1764 Samuel Adams entered politics full time. He is known as the "Father of independence" because he pushed for freedom to all people
7: He created the Sons of Liberty, a rebellious group for the Stamp Act. Patrick Henry, John Hancock and Paul Revere were some other members.
8: All things grow better with love.
10: Sam was a strong Christian and had 11 siblings! His group, Sons of Liberty, started riots in the streets and later dressed up as indians in the Boston Tea Party.
12: Sam had the ability to push his ideas through town meetings and later Congress.
13: The Sons of liberty were led well by Adams.
15: British authorities and loyalists referred to this group as "Sons of Iniquity" or "Sons of Violence"
16: Samuel Adams's cousin was none other than John Adams. Both signed the constitution.
17: "Among the natural rights of the colonists were these: First a right to life, second to liberty, and thirdly to property; together with the right to defend these as best they can."
18: Sons of Liberty took their name from that of one used in Parliament against the Stamp Act.
19: Sam Adams, the leader of this infamous group, died at the ripe age of 81.
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