The tourists who visited Boston were most interested in the historic
all the spoons are sterling
The four spoons leaning left deal primarily with the Old South Church
The four spoons leaning to the right deal primarily with Faneuil hall
The bottom right spoon is about the 'midnight ride of Paul Revere'
The meeting of the Sons of Liberty at the Old South Church meeting
house was a key event leading to the American Revolutionary war against
the British. Samuel Adams inspired his followers to
protest British taxes and the Boston Tea Party incident is the best
The colorful ornate Italian Gothic style building at the northwest
corner of Copley Square reflects of opulent tastes of the community.
nice sterling Boston souvenir spoon featuring a ship and labeled
"Boston Tea Party, Dec. 16, 1773"
The Boston tea party was either a political act of defiance or
hooliganism depending on your viewpoint.
boston tea party colonist dressed as an indian
Peter Faneuil using profits derived from slave trading commissioned
John Smibert to erect this English style market house ca.
The building was the scene of several meetings of the Sons of Liberty.
This building is one of the most visited buildings in the USA.
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