Boston Tea Party was an act of rebellion by the American colonies against the Crown, famously protesting "taxation without representation." The protest was explicitly against the British Tea Act. Residents of Boston, disguised as Native Americans, boarded a British vessel in the harbor and threw its entire cargo of tea overboard. It took place in December of 1773 and was a significant event in the lead up to the American Revolution, which was just two and a half years later. This word search puzzle contains some facts and terminologies related to Boston Tea Party. Find them all.