All about your founding father
Presented by: Brandi Brooks, Hailey Hess, and Nicole Rademacher
Born September 27, 1722 in Boston Massachusetts to a brewer.
Get to know your founding father with this video.
Sam Adams signed the declaration of Independence.
Was once the legislator of Massachusetts.
Boston Committee of Correspondence
Funded the Boston COmmittee or Correspondence.
INTEGRITY: Living by moral and ethical principles; demonstrating moral character and honesty
CITIZENSHIP: The status of a citizen with rights and duties
Adams is considered very patriotic in favor of the colonies. He was a political leader for his community and fought for the rights of his fellow citizens. One of his most famous quotes, "The liberties of our country, the freedom of our civil constitution, are worth defending against all hazards: And it is our duty to defend them against all attacks." (Adams), shows how passionately involved he was in his community. It also shows in his efforts to rally against the British in his article, Resolutions of the Town of Boston, which encouraged Americans to not pay the tax placed by the Tea Act and claimed all those who did would become "an enemy to America". His actions to earn and preserve not only his rights, but the rights of other citizens, demonstrating excellent citizenship.