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Heywood Tavern

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When Patriots occupied the court house to protest the Coercive Acts on September 6, 1774—setting in motion the first American Revolution—Royal officials (judges, justices of the peace, attorneys, and the county sheriff) fled to safety at Daniel Heywood’s Tavern until the events of the day could be resolved. It was later replaced by Bay State House.