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The Night Where it All Began
Ya! Let's do it!
Let's make history!
Destruction of the Tea
Yes it is!
The deed is done!
The Big Escape
Let's get out of here.
(Long-shot) On cold winter day, December 16, 1773 to be exact, the Sons of Liberty began the start of something major, The Boston Tea Party. They disguised themselves as Indians with feather hats to fit in with the rest of the crew members. As they went down the river they prepared to dump the tea chests into the Boston Harbor. And to think they were starting all this over tea.
(Medium Shot) On the same night they entered the boat they made history. With their Indian hats and Indian out fit they had made history. They dumped the tea crates into the water and had their payback. On this cold winter night of December, the Sons of Liberty had done what they came to do.
(Long-shot) That night right after they had finished destruction they had fled the scene to avoid arrest. They were satisfied in their accomplishment and the tea was done. With their Indian clothes and tea crates the plan had worked. They had escaped after dumping the 92,000 pounds of tea into the Boston Harbor.
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