Innocent slaughtered in Boston
We will remember you.
We lost many good people from the Boston massacre. We will remember them by their special tomb stones which we placed where the Boston massacre accrued in 1770.
Innocent slaughter in the streets of boston
These photographs represent the Boston massacre. Even though few died, their lives will always be remembered.
On March 5, 1770, in Boston, an angry crowd of people surrounded a group of soldiers. They were screaming and shouting at the soldiers harassing them with snowballs, rocks, and inappropriate language. Someone fired a gun, there were five men killed and six wounded. The first to die was a man with the name of Crispus Attucks an African American sailor.