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Tea Act of 1772

New York, Charleston, and Philadelphia refused shipments of tea, as the act made it possible for the British East India company to undersell to colonial merchants. Boston’s mayor accepted the shipments, so instead, Sam Adams and the Sons of Liberty dumped 342 chests of tea into the harbor. They were dressed, regrettably, as Native Americans.

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