Perhaps it's just a coincidence, but a museum dedicated to the 1773 Boston Tea Party that has been dormant for more than a decade is set to reopen this week, in time for the presidential election year.
On December 16, 1773, the taxpayers of Boston had had enough. The Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum website recounts the story: On the cold evening of December 16, 1773, a large band of patriots, disguised as Mohawk Indians, burst from... Read Post
The museum burned more than a decade ago after being struck by lightning, and the reopening was slowed by permitting and funding problems. Read Post