When patriots dressed as Mohawk Indians dumped 342 chests of tea into Boston Harbor, they were acting out against restrictive laws imposed by British Parliament. The resulting punishment prompted the formation of a Continental Congress and culminated in the Revolutionary War. Through simple, exciting language and full-color images, readers of this engaging volume will learn the backstory of ?No Taxation Without Representation? and see how this act of defiance was anything but a party.
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