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Jalen Polidura

The Boston Massacre Trial of 1770 - 0 views

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    Sons of liberty want a war against England. Andrew Holmes explains how the people were assaulting the British. At the 3rd trial captain Preston and his men were not guilty.
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    A form of punishment in the 1700s was called tarring and feathering. this is when hot tar was pored down your chest and feathers were put on you. While you are in agonizing pain they would have you walk around town.
Patricia dominguez

John Adams | The White House - 0 views

  • John Adams

    • daniel cruz
       
      he was a lawyer
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    he died on the 4th of July the same day as his companion thos. Jefferson that person also deceased on the same day Adam did they spent the rest of their days writing letters to each other write after one of johns children passed away sadly.
alize mcghee

John Adams - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 9 views

  • He is regarded as one of the most influential Founding Fathers of the United States.
    • Jarred Green
       
      this shows the life of john adams
    • daniel cruz
       
      john adams was a lawyer and like he was good and like yeah that stuff
    • Adonis Bencosme
       
      John Adams was a great politician.
  • John Adams
    • daniel cruz
       
      he was a lawyer
    • Korey Knight
       
      He was a very educated man. He was very wise at being a lawyer. Eventually everybody knew who he was and wanted his services. The king even wanted him. One of the most famous cases he had was defending the british in the Boston Massacre. He strongly believed they were not guilty and they were.
    • Jarred Green
       
      he was a very popular and well known lawyer. he won a hard case and was a legend
    • Edson Ordonez
       
      He was a smart guy and had a lot of hobbies and was a lawyer he helped a group of british officer the kill a group of patriots and were prove not guilty.
    • Rafael Rivera
       
      he was known for being a real good lawyer and won may cases
    • jennifer soto
       
      He was smart he took that case and one even tho it was risky he still did it and won. he did the case for free to get his name out there & he was know as one of the best lawyers of those times .
    • Adonis Bencosme
       
      He was a real good lawyer
    • Adonis Bencosme
       
      He was also a very great politition and always spoke his mind.
    • Adonis Bencosme
       
      John Adams was the worst of enemies with Thomas Jefferson But also His Best of friends.
    • Adonis Bencosme
       
      John Adams died the 4th of July
    • Adonis Bencosme
       
      John Adams was one of the people in the first colonial congress.
    • Adonis Bencosme
       
      He represented Massachutsettes
    • Adonis Bencosme
       
      John Adams was one of the people that signed the declaration of independence.
    • alize mcghee
       
      he is one of the  3 ppl that singhee the delartion of independencre 
    • Ashley Torres
       
      John adams was thean American Politician & the 2nd president of the United States.
    • giovanni belletti
       
      if he had never helped those men at church he would have never gotten this far as he is today
    • alize mcghee
       
      he was an awasome laywer & knew what he was t alking about at all times .
  • Adams came to prominence in the early stages of the American Revolution. As a delegate from Massachusetts to the Continental Congress, he played a leading role in persuading Congress to adopt the United States Declaration of Independence in 1776. As a representative of Congress in Europe, he was a major negotiator of the eventual peace treaty with Great Britain, and chiefly responsible for obtaining important loans from Amsterdam.
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  • Young Adams went to Harvard College at age sixteen in 1751.[7] His father expected him to become a minister, but Adams had doubts. After graduating in 1755, he taught school for a few years in Worcester, allowing himself time to think about his career choice
    • Kevin Rodriguez
       
      Adams went to Harvard College at the age of SIxteen. His father had wanted him to become a Minister but Adams had thoughts of becoming a minister. He had taught in Worcester , some school in Worcester, allowing himself some time to think about his future career.
  • Adams was not a popular leader like his second cousin, Samuel Adams. Instead, his influence emerged through his work as a constitutional lawyer and his intense analysis of historical examples,
    • Kevin Rodriguez
       
      John Adams wasn't popular leader. His cousin Samuel Adams was more a leader then John. He was influenced to be a lawyer and Historical examples. He had wanted to do something with Political things.
  • An unsmiling elderly man sits in a red chair, slightly pointing left.
    • jennifer soto
       
      Jhon Adams in his bejo year's ( old years )
    • nilsson Siguenza
       
      John Admas was very educated . He was a very good lawyer. Eventually everybody knew who he was and wanted his services.
    • nilsson Siguenza
       
      he king even wanted him. One of the most famous cases he had was defending the british in the Boston Massacre. He strongly believed they were not guilty and they were.
    • nilsson Siguenza
       
      Dispite they were guilty he won that case and the people and his brother were mad at him for defending them.
    • David Ruiz
       
      He Was Known To Be an AMAZING Lawyer and Defended The Accused Of The Boston Massacre
  • (October 30, 1735  – July 4, 1826
  • Adams' revolutionary credentials secured him two terms as George Washington's vice president and his own election as the second president of the United States.
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    all about jonh adams .
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    Adams was born to a modest family, but he felt acutely the responsibility of living up to his family heritage: the founding generation of Puritans, who came to the American wilderness in the 1630s and established colonial presence in America.
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    By the time of John Adams's birth in 1735, Puritan tenets such as predestination were no longer as widely accepted, and many of their stricter practices had mellowed with time, but John Adams "considered them bearers of freedom, a cause that still had a holy urgency
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    Boston radicals protested and asked Adams to explain their objections. In "Two Replies of the Massachusetts House of Representatives to Governor Hutchinson" Adams argued that the colonists had never been under the sovereignty of Parliament.
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    Adams was born to a modest family, but he felt acutely the responsibility of living up to his family heritage: the founding generation of Puritans, who came to the American wilderness in the 1630s and established colonial presence in America. The Puritans of the great migration "believed they lived in the Bible.
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    From an early age, he developed the habit of writing descriptions of events and impressions of men which are scattered through his diary. He put the skill to good use as a lawyer, often recording cases he observed so that he could study and reflect upon them.
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    john adams was a lawyer and he was one of the best he also lived in massachussetts and which was most important he was one of the founding fathers of the united states of america and helped create the declaration of independence
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    and defended the britsh when all the lawyers didnt want to defend them .
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    john adams was a great man and also a lawyer he had 3 children and a wife named abagail he was the one that made the declaration of independence
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