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Badly disguised as Indians, a rowdy group of patriotic vandals kicked a revolution into motion

On the evening of December 16, 1773, in Boston, several score Americans, some badly disguised as Mohawk Indians, their faces smudged with blacksmith’s coal dust, ran down to Griffin’s Wharf, where they boarded three British vessels. Read more >>
Sir,—In obedience to your Excellency’s commands, I marched on the evening of the 18th inst. Read more >>

Forty years ago a Boston banker suggested that the Battle of Lexington had become a myth, and later evidence proves him right