Four Coffins of the Victims of the Boston Massacre

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Harrison W. Mark
by Boston Gazette
published on 08 November 2023
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A newspaper clipping from the Boston Gazette reporting on the funeral of four of the victims of the Boston Massacre, represented by an image of four coffins, each bearing the initials of a victim. These names from left to right include: Samuel Gray, Samuel Maverick, James Caldwell, and Crispus Attucks. A fifth victim, Patrick Carr, would die of his wounds shortly thereafter.

The funeral for the four men was held on 8 March 1770, and the newspaper clipping is from 12 March 1770.

Library of Congress, Washington D.C.

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