Reminders of the Tea Party

Greenwich Tea Party Coin


This picture is of the front of a coin that was made in honor of the Greenwich Tea Party. On the front, there is a picture of people going against the British Tea Tax and burning unpaid tea.



Here is the back of the coin that is shown above.
This coin is thought to be found in Greenwich, made after the Greenwich Tea Party.


Philip Vickers Fithian's Journal


This is a picture of the cover of the journal that Philip Vickers Fithian's kept. In it are entries from many years, along with an entry about what happened on the night of December 22, 1774, better known as the Greenwich Tea Party or the Greenwich Tea Burning. There are also letters to and from acquaintances of Philip Vickers Fithian that explain more about what they did in that time period.