Of course, you’ve heard about the Boston Tea Party, a protest by the Sons of Liberty in Boston Harbor on 16 December 1773 against the British Tea Act. But did you know there was a second Boston Tea Party in American history? And did you know they used tea from the original Boston Tea Party? In 1956, nine men gathered in Scituate, Massachusetts, for the Second Boston Tea Party. Col. Charles Wellington Furlong (1898-1966) hosted the event at his home “Eight Gables” on Old Oaken Bucket Road. Read my post on GenealogyBank.com: Second Boston Tea Party Held – in 1956!