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Sons of Liberty in Dorchester
Liberty Tree Tavern
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 The Sons of Liberty met in August 1769 at the Lemuel Robinson Tavern, which stood on the east side of the upper road (Washington St.) near the present Fuller Street. Lemuel Robinson was a representative of the town during the Revolution and was appointed a colonel in the Revolutionary army.

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Created: August 17, 2003   Modified: February 19, 2007