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Samuel Adams By Michelle
Where was he born? He was born in Boston,Massachusetts.
When did he live? He was born on September 22, He died on October 2, 1803.
What did he do? He lead the Boston tea party. He signed the Declaration of Independence.
Where did he go to college? He went to college at Harvard College and received a M.A degree in At that time he was 14 years old. He was 17 years old when he graduated.
Did he have any pets? He had a dog named Queue. Queue was a Newfoundland dog. Queue was trained to bark and nip at the redcoats at every chance he got.
Did he like the king of England? He did not like the king of England. He was a patriot.
Did he have any friends? He was friends with Patrick Henry. He was friends with John Hancock.
Who did he marry? He married Elizabeth Checkly in Elizabeth died in In 1764 he married Elizabeth Wells.
How many children did he have? He had six children but only two of them, Samuel and Hannah lived to adulthood.
Resources To find out more about Samuel Adams go to… Websites Books Why Dont You Get A Horse Sam Adams? By Jean Fritz World Book Volume page 44
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