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Coordinates: 42°21′13″N 71°03′09″W / 42.3536°N 71.0524°W / 42.3536; - 71.0524 (Boston Tea Party). Boston Tea Party. Part of ...

Boston Tea Party - American Revolution - HISTORY.com


Find out more about the history of Boston Tea Party, including videos, interesting articles, pictures, historical features and more. Get all the facts on ...

Boston Tea Party Facts | Boston History


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Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum | Voted #1 Museum in Boston


The interactive exhibits and exquisite attention to historical detail make this a museum that every visitor to Boston should experience.

The Boston Tea Party, 1773 - EyeWitness to History


The Boston Tea Party, 1773. Printer Friendly Version >>>. Victory in the French and Indian War was costly for the British. At the war's conclusion in 1763, King ...

Boston Tea Party | United States history | Britannica.com


Boston Tea Party, (December 16, 1773), incident in which 342 chests of tea belonging to the British East India Company were thrown from ships into Boston ...

The Tea Act and Tea Parties [ushistory.org]


Playing Monopoly. Boston Tea Party. KTCA-TV. Angry Bostonians rebelled against British taxation and dumped 342 chests of tea into Boston Harbor. The British ...

Boston Teaparty - Cassandra Jansen < Before 1800 < Documents ...


Boston Teaparty - Cassandra Jansen. In 1773, Britain's East India Company was sitting on large stocks of tea that it could not sell in England. It was on the verge ...

Boston Tea Party of 1773 *** - Colonial America


This article on the Boston Tea Party which occurred in Colonial America in 1773 provides fast facts, history and information about the events of the Boston Tea ...

LIBERTY! . Chronicle of the Revolution . Boston 1774 | PBS


BOSTON April 1, 1774 - King George III and Parliament responded decisively this week to The Boston Tea Party by closing the city port. Four British regiments ...

On December 16, 1773, after officials in Boston refused to return three shiploads of taxed tea to Britain, a group of colonists boarded the ships and destroyed the tea by throwing it into Boston Harbor.
A group of 30 to 130 men boarded the three vessels and dumped all 342 chests of tea into the water. The Boston Tea Party was a key event in the growth of the American Revolution.