What was the name of the group that staged the Boston Tea Party?

What was the name of the group that staged the Boston Tea Party?
Minutemen
Sons of Freedom
Loyalists
Sons of Liberty
Answer: On this day in 1773, about 60 members of the Sons of Liberty disguised as Mohawk Indians boarded three ships carrying cargoes of British East India Company tea moored at Griffin’s Wharf. In a span of three hours, 342 chests of British East India Company Tea were smashed and dumped into Boston Harbor. Over 92,000 pounds of tea were destroyed and thrown into the harbor. The implication and impact of the Boston Tea Party were enormous; the event directly led to the sparking of the American Revolution.

Sons of Liberty

The Boston Tea Party was a political protest by the Sons of Liberty in Boston, Massachusetts, on December 16, 1773. Wikipedia
Caused by: Tea Act
Date: 16 December 1773
Location: Boston Harbor, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Goals: To protest British Parliament’s tax on tea. “No taxation without representation.”
Methods: Throw the tea into Boston Harbor

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