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The Boston Tea Party
Throw all the Tea in the Harbor
Battle at Bunker/Breeds Hill
We have run out of ammo and many of our men have died!
With Signing this We are now Free from Britain!!
Signing of The Declaration Of Independence
The Boston Tea Party was lead by the Sons of Liberty. The Sons Of Liberty were upset with the British passing the Tea Act which taxed them on Tea from the East Indian Tea Company. So the Sons dressed up as Native Americans and tossed the tea into the Harbor.
The Battle of Bunker/Breeds Hill was fought to keep the British from invading Boston. It was fought on Breeds hill mostly but some was fought on Bunker hill. The British ended up winning because the Colonists ran out of Ammo.
The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776. It Declared America's Independence from Britain. It was written by Thomas Jefferson and signed by Delegates from Congress.
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