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A statue of one of the fathers of the American Revolution, Samuel Adams, is located at the entrance to the Boston Tea Party Ship and Museum at 306 Congress Street, Boston, MA.
A 6.5' high bronze statue of American patriot Samuel Adams stands on a circular bronze plinth set at ground level. Adams is wearing period colonial clothing with a knee length coat, knee high boots, a waistcoat, and an ascot. He is standing with is right hand pointing straight up with his index finger pointing to the sky. He holds a scroll in his left hand which is by his side. The sculpture was created by Susie Chisholm in 2013 and unveiled on December 16, 2013 on the 240th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party.
The circular plinth is inscribed:
1722 - 1803
FATHER OF THE REVOLUTION
SUSIE CHISHOLM, NSS
After the Revolutionary War, Adams served as the President of the Massachusetts Senate (1782–1785 and 1787–1788), 3rd Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts (1789 – 1794) under Governor John Hancock, and the 4th Governor of Massachusetts from October 8, 1794 to June 2, 1797.