Samuel Adams helped fight for American independence. This biography spanning his lifetime concentrates on the work he did to make life better for himself and other Americans. Can you imagine what his life must have been like? Find out why Samuel had money troubles, what jobs Samuel had in Boston, and who the Sons of Liberty were, and what they did.
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