How Did Tea and Taxes Spark a Revolution? and Other Questions about the Boston Tea Party: And Other Questions about the Boston Tea Party

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LernerClassroom, Aug 1, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Discusses how and why American colonists protested high taxes from Great Britain by dumping tea in Boston Harbor in 1773, as well as the ramifications of their actions.
  

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This book appealed to me because sadly we weren't taught much about history in school. Either that, or I'm so old now that I've already forgotten it all. This book was a wonderful, fun, informative ... Read full review

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Concepts: taxes, monopoly, economic role of government, economic history Great book to use in math as well. Read full review

Contents

One No Taxation Without Representation
6
Two Redcoats In Boston
12
Three Tea And Taxation
20
Four Saltwater Tea
28
Five Paying The Fiddler
34
John Andrewss Letter
42
Tell Your Boston Tea Party Story
43

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