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The Sons of Liberty was an organization that was created in the Thirteen American Colonies. ... The Sons of Liberty were able to gain enough seats in the New York assembly elections of December 1784 to have passed a set of punitive laws ...

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More than likely, the Boston and New York chapters of the Sons of Liberty were deliberately established at the same time and worked as an underground ...

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Paul Revere dedicated to sons of liberty an engraving of the Boston Common ... of Andrew Oliver were initially known as the Loyal Nine and later as the Sons of ...

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Constitutional History, Sons of Liberty, Loyal Nine, Myths about the Revolution, ... The members of this group were Samuel Adams, Joseph Warren, Paul Revere, ...

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A short article on the Sons of Liberty, a group of American patriots who ... These were not the leading men of Boston, but rather workers and tradesmen.

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Nov 24, 2014 ... The Sons of Liberty was a group of political dissidents that formed in the North American British colonies during the early days of the American ...

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Who were the Sons of Liberty, and what roles did they play in igniting and organizing a revolution?

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The Sons of Liberty were a group of colonists who organized protests against what they perceived as unfair taxation and boycotts against taxed goods.

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The Meaning and Definition of the Sons of Liberty: The Sons of Liberty were a secret, underground organization that was founded in Boston by Samuel Adams  ...