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Join Kew Society for a Boston Tea Party debate this June

Community news on behalf of Kew Society | 15 May 2024

On Saturday 1 June from 1 to 3.15pm, Kew Society is holding a debate on ‘The Coercive Acts - after the Boston Tea Party’ at The National Archives in Kew (TW9 4DU).

The afternoon event will include a display of original documents about the Coercive Acts held by the National Archives and follow by a debate between the colonists and the British.

The colonists will be represented by Dr Marcía Balisciano, Director at Benjamin Franklin House and the British parliament by Rebecca Palmer, postgraduate student at University College London. Andrew Payne of the National Archives will chair the event.

Find out more about ‘The Coercive Acts - after the Boston Tea Party’.

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Updated: 14 May 2024

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