You are a British colonial subject living outside the Town of Boston. At twenty years of age, you are connected to town gossip, and you hear the story of the Tea Party from your family, friends, and neighbors. You are also fully aware of the impact the enforcement of the Coercive Acts by the British regulars will have on the town’s economy and the people. You are uncertain whether to commit to one side or the other. You mull over the fact that you are a British subject, and yet, you are also a Bostonian - a second-generation Bostonian. While sitting on a rock wall on the night of 18 April 1775 talking with some friends, you watch British regulars quietly board boats along the shore of the Charles River at Boston Neck. They set off towards Cambridge and Lechmere Point. The murmurings on the street tell of a British march to Concord to capture colonial weapons and ammunition. Most likely, the Patriots will defend the store of arms and munitions. The gathering of friends breaks up hastily. Five minutes later, two brother’s and a sister come out of a nearby house armed with muskets, powder and shot. They stop and ask you, “Well, are you planning to sit their all night?” What do you do? Explain your reasons.Seen 1 years ago Lam Williams 0 answers
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