FOOD FOR THOUGHT LUNCHEON LECTURE (IN PERSON)
A parliamentary duty on a common grocery item? This taxation-without-representation enactment led to the destruction of three shiploads of tea in one of the colonies’ largest ports. Charlestonians were irate. Join author John R. Young for a close examination of the circumstances that brought colonial America’s favorite non-alcoholic beverage center stage in a face-off between the mother country and one of her obstreperous colonial cities?
A book signing will follow the lecture.