Samuel Adams, 1722-1803

Pinchuk, Arianne J.
January 2009
Samuel Adams (ELL);2009, p1
Samuel Adams was an important person in America when the British ruled, or controlled, the American colonies. A colony is an area of land controlled by another country. People who lived in the colonies were called colonists. Samuel Adams was the cousin of another important person in American history, John Adams.


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