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The 1770 Boston Massacre w/ Serena Zabin - A True Crime History Podcast

The 1770 Boston Massacre w/ Serena Zabin - A True Crime History Podcast

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The city of Boston was put to the test when occupying British soldiers opened fire into a crowd of rioters on March 5th, 1770. Known forever as the Boston Massacre, it later became a rallying cry for the American Revolution. 

My guest is Carlton College's Professor Serena Zabin, author of "The Boston Massacre: A Family Affair". Her research into the pivotal event breaks some longstanding myths on the Massacre, including introducing evidence that suggests that many of the British soldiers who occupied Boston homes in the late 1760s actually assimilated smoothly into the city during their stay. 

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Alia Miller

Great episode! I learned a lot, thank you.

Jun 3rd
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The 1770 Boston Massacre w/ Serena Zabin - A True Crime History Podcast

The 1770 Boston Massacre w/ Serena Zabin - A True Crime History Podcast

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