Thomas Gage

Thomas Gage was the Commander-in-Chief of British forces in North America and the Royal Governor of Massachusetts. He helped design the Coercive Acts, including the Massachusetts Government Act, and was responsible for enforcing them against the colonists in Massachusetts and Boston. Image Source: Wikipedia.

Massachusetts Government Act of 1774, Summary and Text Related Entries

May 20, 1774 (Royal Assent)

Massachusetts Government Act of 1774, Summary and Text — Related Entries

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  • Coverage May 20, 1774 (Royal Assent)
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  • Keywords Massachusetts Government Act, Coercive Acts, Thomas Gage
  • Website Name American History Central
  • Access Date May 27, 2022
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