Badly disguised as Indians, a rowdy group of patriotic vandals kicked a revolution into motion
America’s 250th birthday celebration kicked off in grand fashion as a boisterous crowd watched tea being dumped in Boston harbor
The Sons of Liberty must have known that Governor Thomas Hutchinson would never let the ships head back to London with the tea still aboard. So they gathered some reliable men, prepared disguises, and waited.
Enlisting an army of alter egos, Adams used the Boston press to make the case for American independence and to orchestrate a burgeoning rebellion.