The Boston Tea Party

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Applewood Books, 2007 - History - 75 pages
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A leading Boston historian continues his series on the American Revolution with the lead-up, the action, and the complex aftermath of what contemporaries called ,─˙the destruction of the tea.
 

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Robert J. Allison chairs Suffolk University's History Department, and also teaches at the Harvard Extension School. His works include: "Before 1776: Life in the American Colonies," The Teaching Company. Great Courses (2009), And free, on-line courses: The U.S. Constitution: A Biography (http://www.udemy.com/us-constitution/). History of Boston (live in October 2014): (http://www.historyofboston.org) He is president of the South Boston Historical Society, vice president of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts.

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