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John Jack
John Jack
This stone was set in 1830 to replace the damaged original - composed in Latin and erected by the Tory sympathizer - Daniel Bliss. The stone expresses the irony of the struggle for freedom from England by a Colony that recognized the right of one man to enslave another. At his death a respected landowner of Concord - John Jack has been immortalized by these now-famous lines. 6 1/4" high. Concord - Massachusetts 1773
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Price: 25.00
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