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The Sons of Liberty were a group of shopkeepers and tradesmen in Boston who agitated against the British Stamp Act and other taxes. They engaged in acts of protest and sabotage that peaked with the 1773 Boston Tea Party. More »

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On Dec. 16, 1773, the Sons of Liberty boarded three East India Company ships in Boston Harbor and dumped an entire shipment of tea over the side, an act that became known as the Boston Tea Party. This action led to the B... More »

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On Dec. 16, 1773, the Sons of Liberty boarded three East India Company ships in Boston Harbor and dumped an entire shipment of tea over the side, an act that became known as the Boston Tea Party. This action led to the B... More »

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The Daughters of Liberty were an influential group of women in colonial America around 1766 who showed loyalty to the cause of American independence by boycotting the use of British goods, including tea. Instead of using... More »

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