Patriots destroy tea at Boston Harbor
Currier & Ives print, "Destruction of tea at Boston Harbor." Commemorates patriot protest of the British Tea Act of 1773. Organized by the group sons of liberty, patriots disguised as Native Americans dumped tea into the Boston Harbor. Image published: 1846.
Image ID: 001401
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Image keywords: 1700s, 18th-century, American Revolution, American War of Independence, Americas, Boston, Boston Tea Party, British Tea Act of 1773, Coercive Acts of 1774, Currier & Ives, Early-Modern, Eon4670, EonBargain, Events, Illustrations, Massachusetts, Native Americans, Revolutionary War, United States, War-Conflict, colonies, disguises, intolerable acts, patriots, protests, rebellions, sons of liberty, taxation, tea