The Federalist: This Black Abolitionist Fought In The Revolutionary War With George Washington

Primus Hall was a black man native to Boston, born into bondage in the year 1756, the son of the famous Prince Hall. Although he was born a slave, Primus attained his official freedom in his teenage years. A property owner, abolitionist, renowned veteran, and promoter of education for blacks, Primus was always busy promoting… Read More The Federalist: This Black Abolitionist Fought In The Revolutionary War With George Washington

The Federalist: Meet Crispus Attucks, The Black Patriot Who Opposed The Boston Massacre

“When you think of the American Revolution, of what do you think? Many people think of the British soldiers and their red coats, the Boston Tea Party, the Founding Fathers, and the Constitution. Many also have the impression the American colonies’ efforts for independence were entirely “white” efforts. That is, that the American Revolution and all the… Read More The Federalist: Meet Crispus Attucks, The Black Patriot Who Opposed The Boston Massacre