Traits of the Tea Party: Being a Memoir of George R.T. Hewes, One of the Last of Its Survivors : with a History of that Transaction, Reminiscences of the Massacre, and the Siege, and Other Stories of Old Times
This 1835 work tells the story of a participant in the Boston Tea Party and a defender against the British Army's siege of Boston.
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