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Boston Tea Party dum

The merchits dident fight back

What were the sons of liberty A Hidden group of people who don`t like the British rules
How did the merchants get affected by the Boston tea party It put the merchants and shippers out of business
What were the activities of the sons of liberty They opposed the Boston tea party
What did the sons of liberty do They protested the Boston tea party
What is the definition of sons of liberty The sons of liberty were Americans who wanted freedom
How many crates of tea were dumped into the Boston harbor 342 crates were dumped into the Boston harbor
How long did the Boston tea party last It lasted for about 2 to 3 hours
How did the sons of liberty get on the ships the merchants left the ships without unloading the tea
what did the merchants think about the Boston tea party The merchants felt sad, angry, betrayed
Where were the merchants going before they were unloading the tea
Why didn't the merchants try to stop the Indians The merchants were not paying attention and left the tea unguarded
Created by: swaged up