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Moses Grant was born in 1751 and was Boston’s leading wallpaper dealer before and after the war. Grant’s activities aside from the tea protest include participating in the North End Caucus political group, participating in the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, and in 1774 helped remove two cannons from a militia armory that had been put under British control. Grant died in 1817; his burial location is unknown.