Are you a Lover of Liberty or a Spiller of Tea?

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The 1776 Project invites you to find, develop, and categorize members of the Sons of Liberty and their Boston Tea Party rabble rousers.

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Follow the links above to see a list of participants and then go forth, discover if they exist on WikiTree and improve their profiles by adding the appropriate categories and 1776 Badge where warranted.

If a profile does not exist on WikiTree, then by all means, create one but only after you have found a few good sources.

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in Requests for Project Volunteers by Michael Stills G2G6 Pilot (399k points)
Uh oh, I thought that there were quite a few overlaps in the groupings there...I still can't find execution stuff for so many ancestors who seemed to lose their parents early in jolly ol england....and then oddly emigrating to America....wonder which side they were on? :)  Good Luck with the project.
I adopted John Crane, his wife, and parents.  John Crane already has a fabulous profile.  I will see if I can connect him with his grandparents and other family members.  Be patient though, I am in the middle of an out-of-state move.

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Do you feel that the Boston Tea Party is too narrow a Category? I read that there were at least five tea parties.

Greenwich Tea Burning

by Robert Elmore G2G5 (5.4k points)

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