The Boston Tea Party took place a few years after the Boston Massacre, which took place on March 5th, 1770. The people dressed like Indians got on the boat to throw the the tea in the water. The indians told other people dressed up to get them the tea. The people went and got the tea.
They all dressed like Indians and got on the boat where the tea was. They gathered the tea and they threw it off. The three ships in Boston Harbor that were raided in the Boston Tea Party included the Dartmouth Ship, the Eleanor Ship, and the Beaver ship.
The "Indians" threw all of the tea off of the boat and then left. The chests of tea on the three ships included 240 chests of cheap black tea, 15 chests of superior cheap black tea, 10 chests of superior black tea, and 60 chests of green tea.