Dating site trail
Two doors from the Union Oyster House is the Ebenezer Hancock House, built in the late 1760’s by John Hancock.
John transferred the title to his younger brother Ebenezer, who would serve as deputy paymaster of the Continental Army.
At one point 2.5 million silver crowns, loaned by the French to help pay Washington’s troops, were stored in this building.
The Green Dragon pub, a favorite of the Sons of Liberty, was also located here.
Hanging effigies of tax collectors on the Liberty Tree on August 14, 1765 is considered one of the first provocative events in pre-revolutionary America.
By 1705, there were over 400 slaves in Boston and the beginnings of a free Black community in the North End.
"Flip or Flop" star Christina El Moussa had an available crying shoulder when hubby Tarek took off with a gun ...
a man who not only witnessed the incident but later ended up dating Christina. who was on scene back in May when 11 deputies responded to "a call of a possibly suicidal male with a gun." According to law enforcement ...
By the end of the Revolution, there were more free Black people than slaves, slavery having ended after the Massachusetts Constitution of 1780 adopted the principle that all men have certain inalienable rights.
The first federal census in 1790 indicated that Massachusetts was the only state in the Union to record no slaves.
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During the American Revolution, patriot Isaiah Thomas printed the radical newspaper The Massachusetts Spy from this building before he was forced to flee Boston, crossing the Charles with his printing press in a row boat.