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John Hancock
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patriot of the American Revolution famous for his prominent signature on the Declaration of Independence (1737-1793)
  • Revere and his close friend Joseph Warren became more and more convinced that the British were about to make the major move that had long been rumored — to march to the town of Lexington, northwest of Boston, to arrest the colonial leaders John Hancock and Samuel Adams, and then on to the town of Concord to seize the stores of guns and ammunition that some of the local colonial militia had stored there.
    Chapter 2 (1% in)

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