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1776- Rebellious North American colonists burn the coat of arms of George III in Boston Commons.

from Pioneer Dad

Hard apple cider is the perfect home brew project

Cider gets its start in America The apple was one of the earliest crops imported by English and Western European colonists. The first documented colonial cultivated apple trees were planted in Boston as early as 1623 by William Blackstone; a minster to the settlers of Plymouth. 1 Apples made the perfect colonial homestead fruit. Each …

from The Crazy Tourist

17 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Massachusetts

Plymouth Plantation More

Birthplace of the Revolutionary War. Tea Party was planned here. Interesting.

The Boston Massacre... Reenactment In My Class! Blog post about a super easy way to engage your kids in learning about this event!

“The Constitution shall never be construed to authorize Congress to prevent the people of the United States, who are peaceable citizens, from keeping their own arms.” - Samuel Adams

Everything students need to know about the Boston Massacre!

Samuel Adams - American Patriot, Signer of the Declaration of Independence, courageous defender of liberty

"Dump it Off" - Boston Tea Party Song ("Shake it Off") - YouTube