On Dec. 14, 1763, the Paxton Boys raided a Conestoga village and killed six people. Two weeks later, on Dec. 27, they rode to Lancaster and massacred 14 men, women and children who were being held in protective custody. No attacker was ever prosecuted. In fact, a large contingent of Paxton Rangers marched on Philadelphia, then the state capital, in January 1764 to demand that their grievances be heard.
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