Acquiant yourself with the unique character of New England,and the events, people and landscape that has shaped the region's history.
The Boston Massacre incited the Revolutionary War, and has been taught in American textbooks throughout the country. Quickly used by the Revolutionaries as material to incite a war and illustrate the injustices of the Redcoats, it also showcased the democracy thriving in the city of Boston; the British soldiers were defended by none other than John Adams. This brief history explores the event and its fascinating aftermath. 72 pages, softcover.