Category Archives: Boston Museum

Boarding Time

Once the Sons of Liberty arrived at Griffin’s Wharf disguised in their Mohawk clothing, they boarded each ship and began their patriotic work. They were careful not to damage any of the other cargo aboard the ships while they were … Continue reading

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Historical Sites of the American Revolution

Have you ever wondered exactly how America was born? At the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum, you actually become apart of the event that permanently altered the course of American history! It’s not a Boston museum where you look … Continue reading

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In case you missed us on NBC News…

On Sunday, January 26, the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum was featured on a segment with NBC’s Tom Costello about the warm weather in Boston and how that has really benefited our construction. Just in case you missed or … Continue reading

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Last Day of Rubbering

I don’t know about you, but I have a whole new appreciation for sculpting. The rubbering process was a three day process and is now complete. Next up for Capt. Parker is casting of a mold out of plaster. Stay … Continue reading

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Can you spot the teapot?

We knew Susie Chisholm was talented but this takes the cake, or in our case the teapot. See if you can spot the teapot on Capt. Parker’s Jacket.

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Capt. Parker, Susie Chisholm and Me

I just returned from a whirlwind trip to Boston and on my way home stopped off in one of my favorite cities, Savannah, GA, to see Susie Chisholm. As you know if you follow this blog, Susie has been sculpting … Continue reading

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You’ve Come a Long Way Baby!

Remember when the Capt. Parker Minuteman statue was just a glimmer in Susie Chisholm’s eye? Well, Capt. Parker is just about done and we can’t wait to see him in bronze!

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Topping off Ceremony

In building construction there is always a topping off ceremony when the roof is completed. It started with wood frame buildings and the tradition continues on even with steel structures. We took this a step further on December 16 (if … Continue reading

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Welcome Aboard

The Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum is pleased to have Elizabeth Carey on board as the Director of Sales and Marketing. Elizabeth brings years of sales experience with her as the past publisher of Where Magazine in Boston.

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Manolo Blahnik’s Got Nothing on Susie Chisholm

Our Capt. Parker’s attire is nearing completion. But what is an outfit without the perfect pair of shoes? Check out Susie’s!

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