The Fair Trial
The Boston Massacre
The Paul Revere Etching of the Boston
Within a few days of the shootings, young Henry Pelham... had produced
an emotional drawing depicting with gross inaccuracy the events...
Revere obtained the Pelham and immediately engraved, printed and sold
it-all without permission or attribution. In fact, the witnesses unanimously
recollected that the muskets banged almost at will.
Preston stood in front of the soldiers * did not command a volley.
- The Boston Massacre by Hiller
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