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- Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum Returns After an 11-Year Hiatus
By Jody FeinbergRead More...
The Patriot Ledger
Posted Jun 23, 2012 @ 08:00 AM
A New & Better Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum Returns After an 11-Year Hiatus
BOSTON — Sometimes, setbacks turn out to be a bonus. That is the case with the new Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, which recreates the Tea Party and its [...]
- Rebuilding History: Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
In the year 1773, patriots dumped 342 tea crates into Boston Harbor to protest Great Britain’s tea tax on the American Colonies—the event became known as the Boston Tea Party and forever changed the course of history. Two hundred and thirty nine years later, Suffolk Construction used futuristic technologies and innovative collaboration tools to rebuild [...]Read More...
- Tea Party Museum finally breaks ground
Tea Party Museum finally breaks groundRead More...
By Colneth Smiley Jr.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Twelve years in the making, the new Boston Tea Party Museum got started yesterday with a groundbreaking ceremony attended by Mayor Thomas M. Menino.
“We’ve had a lot of false starts and challenges over the last 12 years to get this project done,” said Shawn [...]
- (Tea) Party on, Boston
BOSTON TEA PARTY SHIPS & MUSEUM UNVEILS NEW TOURISM INFORMATION CENTERRead More...
By Casey Ross
Globe Staff / April 17, 2011
For nearly a decade, Boston has had almost nothing to mark the spot of the Tea Party, a protest known by elementary school students and tourists worldwide as one of the most significant events leading to the [...]
- Barge towed from Quincy shipyard to Tea Party Museum
Written by: Steve AdamsRead More...
Patriot News Ledger
Monday, December 12, 2011
A key component of the new floating Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum was towed from Quincy to its permanent berth in the Fort Point Channel last week. (Read article)
- Old South Meeting House presents the Reenactment of the Boston Tea Party
Will there be high tea in Boston Harbor this night? On Sunday, December 11 at 4 pm come take part in the protest that ignited the American Revolution—the Boston Tea Party! The Old South Meeting House is pleased to present the 238th anniversary renactment of the Boston Tea Party. Join us for an [...]Read More...