Stamp Act Riots and the Start of Revolution August 13, 2015

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On the night of August 13, 1765, a effigy was hung on what would come to be known as the Liberty Tree at the entrance to the town of Boston. This symbolic violence would soon become a real riot, attacking Andrew Oliver, the appointed Stamp Act agent. Join us as we mark the 250th anniversary of beginning of the American Revolution.  7-8:30PM  $15/ $10 members

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