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And the message Bodman wants to send is this: the state's attitude toward its rich, but overlooked, Revolutionary War history is amping up and will no longer yield to states like Pennsylvania and Massachusetts.
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Even before a food supply system was organized, on June 10, 1775, the Massachusetts Provincial Council set the daily allowance or ration for its troops in Boston as: One pound of bread.