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By Linda Crotta Brennan

This booklet relays the actual info of the Boston Tea celebration and the occasions that led as much as it. The narrative presents a number of money owed of the development, and readers examine info during the perspective of a colonial product owner's spouse, a British soldier, and a Patriot activist. This publication deals possibilities to check and distinction numerous views within the textual content whereas accumulating and studying information regarding an old occasion.

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Representatives from each of the colonies have gathered in Philadelphia to plan our course of action. 28 We have stockpiled weapons outside of Boston to protect ourselves. Governor Thomas Gage has sent soldiers to Lexington and Concord to try to capture the weapons. I will join the militia. If I must, I will fight for my country. I will fight for freedom. The Intole rable Acts As punishment for the Boston Tea Party , the British Parliam passed five laws, ent which Bostonians called the Intolera Acts.

What would a colonial merchant’s wife who is loyal to England see in this picture? What would she think of the men tossing the tea overboard? Would she see them as heroes or villains? Why? How would a British soldier describe this picture to his wife back in England? What would the soldier think when looking at this scene? What would a patriot notice and think about this scene? How would the patriot think differently from the loyalist about the men who tossed the tea? 30 Glossary boycott (BOI-kaht) to refuse to buy goods or do business with someone as a form of protest brand (BRAND) to burn a mark on the skin custom officer (KUHS-tuhm AW-fi-sur) an official in charge of trade and collecting taxes at a port East India Company (EEST IN-dee-uh KUHM-puh-nee) a British trading company hang in effigy (HANG IN EH-fi-jee) to hang a dummy of someone, usually done in protest legislature (LEG-is-lay-chur) a group of people who make or change laws for a city, state, or country parliament (PAHR-luh-muhnt) a group of people who make or change laws in a country or state, such as the United Kingdom press (PRES) to force someone into service quarter (KWOR-tur) to house in a dwelling regiment (REJ-uh-muhnt) a military unit made up of two or more battalions Seven Years’ War (SEV-un YEERS WOR) called the French and Indian War in the colonies, a war fought partly in America in which Austria, France, Sweden, and Russia fought Britain, Hanover, and Prussia for a number of territories smuggle (SMUHG-uhl) to move goods into or out of a country illegally Learn More Further Reading Freedman, Russell.

Why? How would a British soldier describe this picture to his wife back in England? What would the soldier think when looking at this scene? What would a patriot notice and think about this scene? How would the patriot think differently from the loyalist about the men who tossed the tea? 30 Glossary boycott (BOI-kaht) to refuse to buy goods or do business with someone as a form of protest brand (BRAND) to burn a mark on the skin custom officer (KUHS-tuhm AW-fi-sur) an official in charge of trade and collecting taxes at a port East India Company (EEST IN-dee-uh KUHM-puh-nee) a British trading company hang in effigy (HANG IN EH-fi-jee) to hang a dummy of someone, usually done in protest legislature (LEG-is-lay-chur) a group of people who make or change laws for a city, state, or country parliament (PAHR-luh-muhnt) a group of people who make or change laws in a country or state, such as the United Kingdom press (PRES) to force someone into service quarter (KWOR-tur) to house in a dwelling regiment (REJ-uh-muhnt) a military unit made up of two or more battalions Seven Years’ War (SEV-un YEERS WOR) called the French and Indian War in the colonies, a war fought partly in America in which Austria, France, Sweden, and Russia fought Britain, Hanover, and Prussia for a number of territories smuggle (SMUHG-uhl) to move goods into or out of a country illegally Learn More Further Reading Freedman, Russell.

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