- Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum
This is the web site of the Museum dedicated to the preserving and intrpreting the legendary event leading up to the American Revolution. The Boston Tea Party.
Relive the single most important event leading up to the Revolutionary War aboard the Brig Beaver II. Our storytellers will enchant the whole family. Revolt, throw tea into the sea and enjoy our fully narrated tours, displays and tax free tea.
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- From revolution to reconstruction: Essays: Boston Teaparty: Boston Teaparty
"On the evening of December 16, 1773, three companies of fifty men each, masquerading as Mohawk Indians, passed through a tremendous crowd of spectators, went aboard the three ships, broke open the tea chests, and heaved them into the harbor." (Web site) This is basicaly what the Boston Tea Party was. It was a protest over tea taxes.
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- Rambles Around Old Boston
This is a work by Edwin M. Bacon on the early history of Boston through the turn of the 20th Century. This book was originaly published in 1914 and again in 1921.
- Welcome to Historic Deerfield
Historic Deerfield is a museum of New England history and art within the carefully preserved 328 year old western Massachusetts village of Deerfield.
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