Research Paper On The Boston Tea Party

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  • The Boston Tea Party and an Evaluation of its Significance

    Alfred F. Young's contention that the tea party was the most revolutionary act of that historical decade is presented in this paper consisting of five pages with the conclusion that the Boston Massacre was a more revolutionary act citing that the colonists rather than the British may have been responsible. There are two sources cited in the bibliography.

  • The Boston Tea Party

    A 7 page paper answering 5 questions about this event in American history. The covert destruction of 45 tons – 90,000 pounds – of British tea in Boston Harbor on December 16, 1773 did not directly lead to the American Revolution, but it certainly became a contributing factor in perspective if not in economic consequence. In many respects it bears similarity to some of the sentiments rising up in America again today. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

  • A Review of The Shoemaker and the Tea Party by Alfred Young

    In this five page paper the fact that our perception of history changes over time is illustrated with a look back some fifty years in time at George Robert Twelves Hews. Not only does our perception of history change over time it also changes according to the particular account being reviewed. One source is listed.

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