“The Destruction of Tea at Boston Harbor.” Print by N. Currier (1846)

Polly Sumner arrives in Boston aboard one of the tea ships; colonists see the tea shipment as a test of England’s right to tax them, and they dump the tea into the harbor to prevent it from being taxed.

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