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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Boston Tea Party Boston Masacre Where Griffin's Wharf, Boston harbr Why The American colonists believed that Britain was unfairly taxing them to pay for expenses incurred during the french and indian war. Why Vs. Impact Consequences The Dec. 16, 1773 When - The British took offense and enforcedmore laws and taxes- Helped spark American Revolutionary War The Tea Party If the Sons Of Liberty were caught: What Happened: Fun Facts - They would be imprisoned for life - Harbor was closed until the Tea was paid for Summary-- A rebellious act to the taxation without representation- 3 ships entered the Griffens Wharf Harbor- The American colonists dressed like the Native Americans and borded the ships- Demanded the Keys to the ships cellers where the tea was held- Threw 342 chests of tea, worth 1 million dollars, into the harbor ruining all the tea- Got away without being caught - 24,000,000 million cups could have been made out of all the tea- The captains of the ships just handed the keys to the Sons Of Liberty- If this happened today, the punishment would be prison for life because of property damage costing over 1 million dollars and those 1 million dollars would have to be paid back to the property owner Boston Tea Party with George Hewe Link to George Hewes eyewitness account of the tea party: Something Will go here
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