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Monthly Archives: February 2012
In this installment of The Dreamer, a history comic about the Revolutionary War, Alan and Bea attend the 5th Anniversary Boston Massacre Oration. Thousands turned up at the Old South Meeting House to hear the Boston Massacre Oration. It was standing room only, and the crowds were out the door. One little spark would set off the powder keg of tension that Boston had become. British officers stood in the front of the room to keep the peace, convinced that another mob riot was about to be incited by Dr. Joseph Warren’s speech. Samuel Adams kindly showed the officers to their seats, offering them some hospitality and tried to keep the unruly crowd in check. The crowd sat anxiously waiting for their speaker to arrive. Continue reading
Alan Warren promises to keep his eye on Bea at the Boston Massacre Oration in The Dreamer history comic about the American Revolutionary War. Continue reading
Dr. John Warren lets loose on a young subaltern who isn’t used to the shock of war yet. John’s cousin Alan Warren is sick and he and Bea must go help him before it’s too late in this installment of The Dreamer, a history comic about the American Revolutionary War. Continue reading
Alan and Betsy Warren hide on the stairs as they overhear the fight in the kitchen between his mother and Dr. Joseph Warren about his political involvement in The Dreamer, a history comic about the American Revolutionary War. Continue reading