Ebenezer Mackintosh Historic Marker – Haverhill, New Hampshire

Ebenezer Mackintosh was born on June 20, 1737 and raised in the south end of Boston. Mackintosh became famous as a voice of the common man in Boston and was a key leader in the protests against the stamp act of 1765. He was a veteran of the Battle of Ticonderoga of 1758 and a participant of the Boston Tea Party. He was a shoemaker by trade and moved to North Haverhill, New Hampshire to escape persecution from the British and loyalists.

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