In 1773 the colonists protested and dumper tea into the ocean on December 16th.
The End of the Tea Act
Although there we many people on board, it was completely silent. The only thing people were worried about was the tea that remained on the wharf. Then, an officer on deck was requested to check that the only thing damaged was the tea. The props are the remaining tea boxes. The camera shot is medium.
Captain O'Connor filled his pockets with tea. Once he was noticed, they took him into custody. When he was stepping from the vessel, he was pulled by the skirt of his coat but it tore off and he escaped. Because of this, he ran through a crowd of people while being kicked. Props are the tea in his coat. The camera shot is medium.
A tall, aged man made another attempt to save tea. He slipped some into his pocket but he was detected. They threw his hat and wig, along with the tea he tried to save, into the ocean. He was permitted to escape because of his old age. The props are the man's wig, hat, and the tea attempted to save. The camera shot is medium.
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