It was a significant historical event that helped to spearhead colonists’ frustration with Britain’s overreaching political hand when the Sons of Liberty disguised as Native Americans dumped 342 chests of tea previously imported by the British East India Company into the harbor. The event occurred Dec. 16, 1773 at Griffin’s Wharf in Boston, Mass. as a political protest of “taxation […]
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