Tea leaves in glass bottle collected on the shore of Dorchester Neck the morning of 17 December 1773
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[ This description is from the project: MHS 225th Anniversary ]
This small glass bottle contains tea leaves gathered on the shore of Dorchester Neck, across the harbor from Boston, the morning after the Boston Tea Party. This is one of five relics of the Boston Tea Party (including tea caddies and a china punch bowl) in the collections of the MHS.