On November 29, 1773, the people of Boston met at the Old South Meeting House. They met there to discuss the tax on tea. They met on the 29th and 30th of November. At this meeting they decided to not pay taxes on tea and other taxed items.
On December 14, 1773, the people of Boston met again at the Old South Meeting House. They met again to think of something else to do to try to stop the taxing. The tension between the British and the British colonists grew more and more explosive because of being mistreated. At this meeting they decided to destroy the tea.
On December 16, 1773 the Sons of Liberty lead the people of Boston to the three ships at the wharf. They lead them to the wharf to destroy the tea. The people of Boston helped the Sons of Liberty destroy the tea. More than one hundred people joined the Sons of Liberty in their quest to destroy the tea.