In protest of the Tea Act, 51 women in Edenton, NC led a boycott of English products in 1774. While the act was not taken seriously, it was one of the first known acts of women participating in US/British politics.
In this activity, students will complete a short, online reading and answer the accompanying questions. They will then create an 'invitation' to the Edenton Tea Party using key information about the event (who, what, where, when and why) and decorate the front of the invitation which contains the picture of a teacup.
-Link to short online reading
-Questions with answer key
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