Boston Massacre

Currie, Stephen
January 2009
Boston Massacre (ELL);2009, p1
In 1770, British soldiers killed five American colonists in Boston, Massachusetts. This is called the Boston Massacre. The soldiers were put on trial. The Boston Massacre was one of the causes of the American Revolution.


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