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Boston Tea Party re-enactment returns to waterfront

The 239th anniversary of the legendary Boston Tea Party will feature the annual reenactment of the Revolutionary War protest on the Boston waterfront.

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The event is open to the public to join-in on one of Boston's most iconic public protests as re-enactors on Dec. 16, stage the inflammatory event that in 1773 sparked the American Revolution.

Re-enactors from across New England will tell the story of the Boston Tea Party and dramatize the act. The evening will consist of three parts, as it did 239 years ago, starting at the Old South Meeting House, followed by a procession to Boston Harbor and ending with a reenactment of the destruction of the tea into Boston Harbor.

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