Old State House in Boston

Old State House in Boston

The Old State House was the center of Boston in the 18th century and is home to some of the most historic events in the leadup to the American Revolution. Samuel Adams, James Otis, John Hancock and John Adams debated the future of the British colonies here. And it was outside of the State House that the first five men were killed in the Boston Massacre. In 1776, the Declaration of Independence was announced to the citizens of Boston from the balcony.

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