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The Boston Massacre

The Boston Massacre

Author: Kimberly Walker
Description:

Demonstrate understanding of the different perspectives of the events that occurred in Boston, March 5, 1770.

How it all started is much debated.  The truth is lost to history, but what remains is a fascinating trail of propaganda, outrage and perspective.  These lessons will lead us through the record of the Boston Massacre or the Boston Riot.  What is truth?  You decide.

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Short introduction to the events of March 5, 1770 along with the task to be completed by students.

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