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just before the boston tea party
the outfit of the patriots on the night of the tea party
the night of the tea party, before the actual fun begins
duhhh, okay strange, not-indian men
give us the keys
the sons of liberty met in secret to discuss the final details of their "party". They are meeting at the Old South Meeting house. After their leader made the speech, they dressed up as native Americans and, with whoops and hollers of " let's make Boston harbor a teapot tonight" They emerged and began their march toward griffin wharf
they knew that they would be recognized as not native Americans. Their purpose of dressing like them was to symbolize the fact that they considered themselves Americans and that they were not with the king. They did not dress like full blown Indian with the headdresses like i portrayed them( the same person over and over is repetitive
when they arrived at the wharf, they simply demanded the keys and the captain said " as long as you do not damage my ship. This is where we leave these patriots and their escapades on griffin wharf.
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