Tea party etiquette [videorecording] /
- Publication info:
- New York, N.Y. : American Social History Project, [2006?]
- Video, DVD
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The trial of the British soldiers, of the 29th Regiment of Foot : for the murder of Crispus Attucks, Samuel Gray, Samuel Maverick, James Caldwell, and Patrick Carr, on Monday evening, March 5, 1770, before the Honorable Benjamin Lynde, John Cushing, Peter Oliver, and Edmund Trowbridge, Esquires, justices of the Superior Court of Judicature, Court of Assize and General Goal [i.e. Gaol] Delivery, held at Boston, by adjournment, November 27, 1770.
E 215.4 W46 1969
Tea leaves : being a collection of letters and documents relating to the shipment of tea to the American colonies in the year 1773, by the East India Tea Company : now first printed from the original manuscript : with an introd., notes, and biographical notices of the Boston Tea Party / by Francis S. Drake. --
E 215.7 T25
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- Tea party etiquette [videorecording] / American Social History Project ; written by Josh Brown ; directed by Joshua Brown and Stephen Brier.
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New York, N.Y. : American Social History Project, 2006
In this dramatized narrative illustrated with photographs and illustrations from nineteenth century books and periodicals, a poor shoemaker from colonial Boston, George Robert Twelves Hewes, describes his experiences in the struggle for American independence, revealing how working people helped make the American Revolution and how they were changed in the process.
- Item Description:
Viewers guide written by Michael Hyman and Stephen Brier.Originally produced in 1987 in the documentary series Who built America?, Series 1, part 2.
- Physical Description:
1 videodisc (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. 1 viewer's guide ( p. : ill.)
- Technical Details:
- Production Credits:Executive producer, Stephen Brier ; art direction, Josh Brown and Kate Pfordresher ; picture research, Bret Eynon.