Photo of Faneuil Hall and the Samuel Adams statue
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This staute of Samuel Adams (1722 to 1803) commemorates him for organising the revolution and signing the declaration of independence. It stands outside Faneuil Hall, where Adams gave several speeches urging for independence from Great Britain. Today the hall is part of the Boston Freedom Trail and is a popular tourist attraction.
Faneuil Hall and the Samuel Adams statue
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