Boston Tea Party

Who was thrown overboard during the Boston tea party?


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2008-04-06 03:08:27
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Tea that was aboard a British Ship.

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The tea was in chests (about 7 cubic feet each), and all 342 chests from three vessels were thrown overboard. This was tons of tea.

The variety of tea thrown overboard in the Boston Tea Party was called Bohea, and was a kind of Chinese black tea. It is most similar to Lapsang souchong, a black tea with a smoky aroma. The tea was sold by the British East India Company.Bohea tea is not widely available in the U.S., but there are a few sources that sell it by mail-order.

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At the Boston Tea Party, a group of men, disguised as Indians, boarded ships that were carrying tea and they dumped the tea overboard.

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three hundred ninety two boxes of tea were thrown into the water, which is now very famously known as "The Boston Tea Party".

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They set up what we now call the, "Boston Tea Party", during which they threw tons of tea overboard from a cargo ship.

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the british did not tip the tea over the boat colonists that were disquesed as indians dunped the tea overboard as a sign hatred.

the colonists threw tea overboard to show they didn`t want to be taxed for that

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