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1775 American Prohibitory Act Blocks All International Trade with the 13 Colonies

December 22 of 1775, The North administration of Great Britain passed The Prohibitory Act, blockading all international trade with the 13 colonies. It was an attempt to quell the escalating rebellion by force and fear, as well as disregard for the burgeoning flood of grievances, rather than by reason, cooperation,…
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American Revolutionary Re-enactment Events

Sunday: Washington Crossing the Delaware, 1 pm Sunday December 25 Titusville, NJ. Monday: Battle of Trenton free walking tour December 26 Starts 10am at Sunrise Luncheonette 26 South Warren St. Trenton, NJ Old Barracks Museum Tours December 26 10-5 pm. 101 Barracks St. Trenton, NJ $6-$8. Washington's Spy: Unsung Hero…
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BOSTON CELEBRATION – THE 243RD BOSTON TEA PARTY

Patriots Strong - BOSTON, MA: ANNIVERSARY & ANNUAL REENACTMENT ON DEC. 16, 2016 London’s East India Company to Provide 220lbs Expired Loose Tea to be Thrown into Boston Harbor & Boston Restaurants/Bars/Hotels to offer a Dose of Patriotism with Tea-inspired Specials, Cocktails and Packages. The Boston Tea Party comes alive…
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‘BEST PATRIOTIC ATTRACTION’ – BOSTON TEA PARTY SHIPS (sm) & MUSEUM WIN

Situated over the same body of water where the Boston Tea Party took place on December 16, 1773 Patriots Strong. News - Boston, MA -  (July 1, 2016) - Just in time for Independence Day, America’s most patriotic holiday, the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, which tells the story…
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