Colonial Capers

Colonial Capers In a darkened boathouse on the edge of Boston Harbor Phineas Phillips and a small band of dissidents sit quietly watching two British ships that are at anchor along the Pearl Street Wharf Soon a band

  • Title: Colonial Capers
  • Author: Henri Bauhaus
  • ISBN: 9781310964282
  • Page: 268
  • Format: ebook
  • In a darkened boathouse on the edge of Boston Harbor, Phineas Phillips and a small band of dissidents sit quietly watching two British ships that are at anchor along the Pearl Street Wharf Soon a band of heathen Indians will board the two schooners and toss all the tea into the harbor With advance knowledge of what may happen, Phineas and friends have a different plan inIn a darkened boathouse on the edge of Boston Harbor, Phineas Phillips and a small band of dissidents sit quietly watching two British ships that are at anchor along the Pearl Street Wharf Soon a band of heathen Indians will board the two schooners and toss all the tea into the harbor With advance knowledge of what may happen, Phineas and friends have a different plan in mind.

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