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Were the British soldiers guilty of murder, or were they innocent, acting in self-defense?Were the British soldiers guilty of murder, or were they innocent, acting in self-defense?
Use the information and evidence contained in packets 1-5 to complete each of the following tasks as you work towards developing your verdict for this case
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The Boston Massacre, 1770 The American PerspectiveThe Boston Massacre, 1770 The American Perspective
The following account of the Boston Massacre appeared in the Boston Gazette and County Journal on Monday, March 12, 1770. It attempted to report the events of that night relying on the accounts of Boston residents who participated in or witnessed
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U. S. History 10 American Revolution Boston Massacre Analysis Who is to blame for the events of March 5, 1770? from Captain Thomas Preston\U. S. History 10 American Revolution Boston Massacre Analysis Who is to blame for the events of March 5, 1770? from Captain Thomas Preston's account of the “Boston Massacre”, 13 March 1770
This, as I was captain of the day, occasioned my repairing immediately to the main guard. In my way there I saw the people in great commotion, and heard them use the most cruel and horrid threats against the troops…
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In this lesson you will look at 5 primary source documents in order to determine what happened on March 5th 1770 in Boston, MassachusettsIn this lesson you will look at 5 primary source documents in order to determine what happened on March 5th 1770 in Boston, Massachusetts
What could be the reason(s) for these different accounts of what happened in March 5th, 1770?
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Open Up the Textbook (out) The Boston Massacre Enlarge Complicate Contest VivifyOpen Up the Textbook (out) The Boston Massacre Enlarge Complicate Contest Vivify
In this out analysis, 5th grade students will study an event, in Boston, that contributed to colonial resentment toward England in order to better understand the following essential questions
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The EnlightenmentThe Enlightenment
Bible. They assumed that humankind was naturally good, that the universe progressed and that God was benevolent, unlike in the Puritan doctrine
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