A blacksmith's shop
A rope maker's shop
They wanted to blend in with their surroundings
They needed to disguise themselves
They wanted the Indians to take the blame
Some men were important people who could be arrested if they were recognized.
They were vain men, and really cared about their appearance.
They took extra care in disguising themselves, because their leader had told them to.
The colonists were angry because the British were taxing them without giving them a voice in the decisions.
The colonists wanted to get rid of all the tea, because they did not like the British tea.
The colonists were angry because the British would not allow them to sell American tea in England.
They were surprised that only the tea had gone overboard.
They were surprised that so many people stood around the docks watching them, but not doing anything to stop them.
They were surprised that the admiral in charge of the British fleet had not tried to stop them.
They did not want to be blamed for anything except the tea.
They did not want the ship people to be disturbed and take the blame for what they did.
The "Sons of Liberty" tried not to disturb anything on board the ships, so that the King couldn't blame them.
The British wanted to tax the colonists but they refused to let the colonists have a voice in Parliament.
The British wanted to tax the colonists but they refused to let the colonists have a voice in Congress.
The British wanted to tax the colonists but they refused to let the colonists run for office.
Peter was always trying to run away
Gray wanted no part in the trouble
Gray thought Peter should get some rest
It had been left to rot.
It had been sent to London.
It had been put into dry storage.
Is learning a trade
Can escape easily
Sells goods at market
A military officer
A British soldier
Refuse to buy it