The Point of No Return

On this day in history 234 years ago an event occurred which impacted the life of everyone alive today.

 

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The Boston Tea Party has been called the “point of no return” for the birth of democracy. The chain of events which was started by this act of civil disobedience on December 16, 1773 changed the future for the people in every nation on Earth today. This dramatic evening event has long been a target area in the growth of the Family Forest®.

 

There is a great site I recommend for learning about the Boston Tea Party itself. Then for a People-Centered Approach to History®, I recommend the best digital central source for generation-by-generation family ties leading to and from the Boston Tea Party, the Family Forest® New World Edition.

 

For instance, one of the participants married two of the daughters of Paul Revere, another one of the participants. You can follow their lines of descent to various families, including the Rockefellers.

 

Many Boston Tea Party descendants are scattered throughout the country today. Wouldn’t it be a great story to tell your grandchildren, if it turns out that you are one of them?

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2 responses to “The Point of No Return

  1. Pingback: 234 years ago today in history the Boston Tea Party - mycall et al

  2. Tomorrow in Hawaii they are staging their own Tea Party see what it is all about at:

    http://www.overtaxedhawaii.com/whyfight.html

    http://twitter.com/familyforest

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