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The Boston Tea Party! The Boston tea Party is not a tea party that we are used to! King George the Third was putting taxes on tea and the colonists didn't want it. The Sons of Liberty dressed as Native Americans and climbed aboard a ship delivering tea at the dead of night. They threw tea into the Boston Harbor! This is the famous Boston Tea Party!

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