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        The Liberty Boys | Georgia Stories

        Is there a cause so great you would sign a document knowing if the cause did not prevail, you could be hung? The Liberty Boys in the thirteen colonies thought so, and the signers of the Declaration of Independence did just that. A ranger at Wormsloe Plantation, Joe Thompson, explains what the Stamp Act meant to the colonists and how the Liberty Boys meeting at Tondee's Tavern reacted.

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