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Daughter’s of Liberty

FLOC’s virtual 4th grade ELA study group just finished up a project on the Daughters of Liberty, a group of women who staged protests leading up to the American Revolution. Our students had a great time learning about and re-telling this important piece of history. Here is their final project!

The Daughters of Liberty were mad. They fought for the tea. Here are a few of their stories.
     -Devin

In 1773, England decides that only one company can sell tea. They passed the Tea Act of 1773.
     -Allison

The colonists did not like the English tax on tea, and they did not want to pay for the tea.
     -Ever

Coffee was taxed too, and so the Daughters of Liberty went to the coffee merchant’s factory. At the merchant’s factory, they stole the coffee!
     -Desmond

They wanted to take the coffee, and they wanted it at a lower price, so they can not pay that much.
     -Arsema

The people that protested in the colonies made war in the colonies.
     -Sara