Boston Tea Party

Who was on the ship during The Boston Tea Party?

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The sons of liberty were on the ships during the Boston tea party.

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The Dartmouth was the ship that was attacked in the Boston Tea Party.


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Samuel Adams dumped tea in The Boston Harbor during The Boston Tea Party.


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The Boston Tea Party occurred in Boston. Many crates of tea were dumped into the Boston Harbor during the Boston Tea Party. that's all i can think of


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There were three ships that were raided during the Boston Tea Party: the Dartmouth, the Eleanor and the Beaver. It is rarely mentioned that the ships were all American ships; only the tea belonged to the East India Tea Company.



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Boston tea party was when Americans dressed up as Indians during the revolution and snuck aboard an English trade ship carrying tea. They dumped the tea into the Boston harbor, to oppose the tea act, which raised tax on tea from England As punishment, the English blocked their harbor stopping trade and hurting the Boston economy


the Boston tea party was before we even had a president and independence.




Boston tea party was when Americans dressed up as Indians during the revolution and snuck aboard an English trade ship carrying tea. They dumped the tea into the Boston harbor, to oppose the tea act, which raised tax on tea from England As punishment, the English blocked their harbor stopping trade and hurting the Boston economy


Three ships were used during the Boston Tea Party, Dartmouth, Eleanor, and the Beaver.


Yes the "tea party" happened in Boston Harbor. A replica of the original ship that was bordered by Patriot's, dressed as Indians, is still in Boston Harbor today.


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!


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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