John Rowe diary 11, 1-4 September 1774, pages 1901-1902
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- Coming of the American Revolution
This excerpt from John Rowe's diary describes colonists' reaction to General Thomas Gage's removal of provincial gunpowder stores to Castle William. The act resulted in a public demonstration in Cambridge the following day in which colonists expressed their frustration with the Intolerable Acts.