The Boston Tea Party was one of several tipping points. In today’s post I will review the Boston Tea Party facts that are lesser known about an incident that played a role leading into the American Revolutionary War lasting from 1775 to 1783 and sharing first-hand account of that night. These events rallied support to the revolution and independence.
Life in early colonial Virginia was difficult, brutish, and short-lived as it got for a seventeenth-century Englishmen, as shown in the sufferings of Richard Frethorne. In today’s post, readers get to look at Frethrone’s letters home. It is a great account as to what life was like for an Indentured servant in the new world and their experiences.
Sadie Frowne, a young polish girl, was your typical immigrant coming into Ellis Island in hopes of a better life. She was thirteen when she arrived in America with her mother. They had left their native Poland after the death of Sadie’s father with the help of Sadie’s Aunt Fanny who lived in New York City. Sadie’s mother soon died and Sadie was left on her own.