Boston Tea Party

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The result of the meeting was a general consensus to head for the wharf and take immediate physical action. George R. T. Hewes, a Boston shoemaker tells how he, along with many other citizens, dressed as Indians and planned to take the tea by force and destroy it. According to Hewes the attack was very organized...
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They were split into groups, allowing them to forcefully board all three British ships simultaneously. Upon boarding, the leaders of these groups immediately gave strategic orders to have the tea brought to the deck. The plan worked to perfection and within only three hours all of the tea chests had been burst open and the tea thrown overboard...
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