APR 28: Celebrate the legacy of both Apess and Metacom and commemorate the ideals for which they fought—ideals that were not so different from those that Americans fought for in 1775.
Category: BTP 250
Polly Sumner Doll: Conventional & Controversial Cargo
Books, dolls, and other goods that connected Boston to the wider world were also on board the merchant ships carrying the tea that was destroyed on December 16, 1773.
The Humble Petitioner
In Colonial America, those without the right to vote were forced to pursue other avenues to have their voices heard.
The Boston Tea Party in History
JAN 10: Moderated by Revolutionary Spaces President & CEO Nat Sheidley, acclaimed historians will explore how the events preceding the Boston Tea Party led to this historic occasion.