British general who took control of Boston after the Boston Tea Party.
One of the 5 people killed in the Boston Massacre.
Patriot colonel who led the Patriots up the hills of Charlestown in what became known as the battles of Bunker and Breed's Hill.
An important Patriot leader in Boston who the British hoped to arrest in Lexington.
Captain of the Lexington minutemen. Told his men to not fire unless fired upon.
One of the express riders for the Committee Of Correspondence. Delivered messages to various colonies and towns including Lexington and Concord.
Person who talked his way past British guards at Boston Neck to spread the warning of the British advancement as he rode toward Lexington.
Person chosen to command the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War.
Person who defended the British soldiers involved in the Boston Massacre in court. The soldiers were found not guilty.
Person who supported taxing the colonists to get money for England.
Person who encouraged people to stop buying imported goods such as tea and wool.
Person who organized / started the Sons of Liberty.
Person who was able to get away from the British and warn the people of Concord that the British were coming.
One of the first people to speak out against the Stamp Act. He warned Britain that they had no right to tax the colonists.