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A large elm tree in Boston became the central gathering place for revolutionaries opposed to King George and the policies of the crown. The townsfolk named it the Liberty Tree and used it as a staging point for many of their meeting and protests. A flag pole was established next to the tree that would raise the flag above the Liberty Tree to signal protestors to meet. Colonist from up and down the east coast began to name their own Liberty Trees as it became one of the unifying colonial symbols of the American Revolution.