History For Kids: The Illustrated History Of The Boston Tea Party
- Format: Kindle eBook
- Number of Pages: 29
*Perfect for ages 7-9*Includes illustrations inside the Boston Tea Party and pictures of vital folks. The First Continental Congress also vowed to reconvene within the summer of 1775. The Tea Party was not coordinated by Samuel Adams. And nobody in Boston referred to as it the “ Tea Party” until nearly a century after it took spot. Along with images of important people, places, and events, your kids will learn about the Tea Party like never before. In the years ahead of the American Revolution, the disputes between the colonies and Great Britain designed no shortage of legendary events, all of which can be recited by schoolchildren from an early age, but none has been mythologized or misunderstood really like the Boston Tea Party, colonial Boston's most unique act of (relative) non-violent protest. The bold protest and destruction using the tea induced the British to pass the Coercive or Intolerable Acts, which includes the closing of Boston Harbor. The Tea Partiers had been not protesting better taxes on tea. Did Sam Adams lead the Tea Party? The urban legend that the individuals who boarded the ship dressed as Mohawks is not fully true. Did the Tea Partiers dress up as Mohawks? *Includes contemporary accounts of the Tea Party in the newspapers and accounts written by those claiming to have participated. Agreement over what exactly occurred ends there, but a quantity of legends have since popped up and become part of the frequent narrative. Pictures help bring the story to life, and also the concise but comprehensive book will preserve your kid's attention all the strategy to the end. *Discusses a quantity of the particulars from the Tea Party that remain unclear In Charles River Editors' History for Kids series, your children can learn about history's most important people and events in an easy, entertaining, and educational way. That spurred the colonies to send delegates for the initial Continental Congress in Philadelphia to craft a united response towards the Coercive or Intolerable Acts and petition King George III for redress. By the time the Second Continental Congress met, the Revolution was underway. History for Kids: The Illustrated Background in the Boston Tea Party chronicles the history that led up to the passage from the Tea Act of 1773, the events of December 16, 1773, and the legends and myths surrounding the Boston Tea Party. However, the impact of the Tea Party is beyond dispute. The formation of a group of Americans calling themselves the “ Tea Party” in 2009, more than 235 years right away after the Boston Tea Party, is testament towards the enduring legacy of that iconic moment in American history. On the night of December 16, 1773, a group of 30-130 guys boarded the tea ship Dartmouth and two other ships and dumped 342 chests of tea into Boston Harbor more than the span of 3 hours in protest of the Tea Act of 1773. *Discusses the myths and legends with the Tea Party in an try and separate fact from fiction.
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