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December 16, 1773

On December 16, 1773, American protesters dressed as Indians and threw tea shipments into the Boston Harbor in protest against the British Tea Act. Native Americans critiqued the protest and said they wouldn’t have worn feathers and bright clothing. Instead they’d have worn darker colors and dressed as Pilgrims to blend in. Also, they admitted … Continue reading

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September 26, 1904

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com in 1904 Albert Henry George Grey, the fourth Earl Grey, was named the British Governor-General of Canada. The Earl’s little known twenty-year old second son, John Clayton, disappeared shortly after the Earl’s family moved to Canada and was presumed dead. John Clayton was discovered by an Inuit tribe just north … Continue reading

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