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Civil War Monument in Brimfield Massachusetts Paul Chandler

Civil War Monument in Brimfield Massachusetts Paul Chandler

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Civil War Monument in Brimfield, Massachusetts. Paul Chandler January 2019.

Gettysburg Monument in Wilbraham, Massachusetts. Paul Chandler January 2018.

Civil War Monument. Brandon, Vermont. Paul Chandler August 2017.

Civil War Monument. Springfield, Massachusetts. Paul Chandler August 2017.

Civil War Monument. South Hadley, Massachusetts. July 2017 by Paul Chandler. Hadley

Civil War Monument. Hardwick, Massachusetts. Paul Chandler August 2017.

Civil War Monument in Westfield, Massachusetts. Paul Chandler September 2018. Westfield Massachusetts,

Civil War Monument in Townsend, Massachusetts. Paul Chandler August 2018. Water Tower,

Civil War Monument with Congregational Church in background. North Brookfield, Massachusetts. Paul Chandler

Civil War Monument. Barre, Massachusetts. Paul Chandler August 2017.

Civil War Monument in Brimfield, Massachusetts. Paul Chandler January 2019. | Historic Monuments | Pinterest

Civil War Monument. Barre, Massachusetts. Paul Chandler August 2017.

Civil War Monument. Quabbin Park Cemetery. Ware, Massachusetts. Relocated from the disincorporated

Civil War Monument. Clinton, Connecticut. Paul Chandler February 2018.

Civil War Monument in Taunton, Massachusetts. Paul Chandler April 2018. Taunton Massachusetts,

Civil War Monument in Charlestown, Massachusetts. Paul Chandler October 2018. Charlestown Massachusetts,

Inside Bunker Hill Monument. The top step is number 294. Charlestown, Massachusetts. Paul Chandler October 2018.

Civil War Monument in Westfield, Massachusetts. Paul Chandler September 2018. Westfield Massachusetts,

Christopher Columbus Moo. Saginaw, Michigan. Paul Chandler July 2018.

If This Is Wednesday, We Must Be at Faneuil Hall

The Prince Hall Monument in Cambridge

“Enlisted for six months & served that time”

Facts, Fables, and Fiction about “Paul Revere's Ride”

“A few artillery cartridges were discovered…”

... I'll relay a story from the newspaper publisher and politician Benjamin Russell (1761-1845), who grew up in Boston before the Revolutionary War.

Friday, April 14, 2017

“The Devil and the Crown” at Faneuil Hall, Nov. 4

Celebrating the National Park Service Centennial

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General George Washington's Headquarters and Home—Cambridge, Massachusetts is a book-length historic resource study researched and written by J. L. Bell and ...

The Revolutionary War Monument to the "Londonderry 99"

Battlefield Archeology Lecture in Lexington, 11 Nov.

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For more than a hundred and fifty years, American historians have been quoting Col. William Prescott on the first death at the Battle of Bunker Hill, ...

Asa Pollard: Casualty on Bunker's Hill

Capt. John Parker's Words on Lexington Green

... highest percentage identifying Irish ancestry in the United States, at 47.5% in 2010. Irish Americans constitute the largest ethnicity in Massachusetts.

Earhart statue

Ephraim Keyser

1790, his monument in the church at Newton Purcell shown here) as a full partner and successor.

Going Back to School with the Dublin Seminar, 19-21 June

National Register of Historic Places listings in Concord, Massachusetts - Image: Civil War Memorial

The Power of Iconoclasm, and How to Keep It from Fading

Call for Papers on “Monumental Narratives”

The Massachusetts State House, topped by its golden dome, faces Boston Common on Beacon Hill.

The South Boston Parade's Legend of John Henry Knox

Search Results for ““South Hadley (Mass.)–History”” – Page 11 – Special Collections and University Archives

John Adams and “the Oddity of a great Man”

Today the Boston National Historical Park has closed the steps to the top of the Bunker Hill Monument in order to remove an item that's been in the chamber ...

“The Women of Washington's Headquarters” in Cambridge, 13 Mar.

... Westford Museum will host an illustrated talk on “New England's Colonial Meeting Houses and Their Impact on Society” by photographer Paul Wainwright.

Built in 1681, the Old Ship Church in Hingham is the oldest church in America

“A Private and Precipitate Journey from Concord to Cambridge”

The Original “Wicked Statesman”

A New Memorial Proposed for D.C.

On Monday I began a project for Veteran's Day to transcribe all the names on the war memorials located on Londonderry, New Hampshire's town common.

Samuel Adams and the Massacre Victims' Grave

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Brimfield News newspaper archives

Purdue University

“After the Destruction of Captn. Chambers's Tea”

Henry Knox took any precautions to hide the artillery he moved from New York to eastern Massachusetts in 1775-76.

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Cemetery Perpetual Care? What does it cover?

Indiana State Capitol

By mid-June 1768, the Massachusetts House had received several favorable responses to the circular letter that the previous elected assembly had sent out in ...

On Thursday, 25 January 1776, John Adams and Elbridge Gerry were on their way back to the Continental Congress in Philadelphia. The two Massachusetts ...

Remembering the Revolutionary War Veterans of Cincinnati

This tombstone was photographed at the Cemetery on the Plain, Windham, New Hampshire

Part of the Munroe Tavern's formal reopening on Sunday was the dedication of a memorial marker for John Raymond, killed on the grounds on 19 Apr 1775.

Belknap Gravestone and MemorialFront

Yesterday I quoted an anecdote about Gen. George Washington at Yorktown that Benson J. Lossing put into two of the history books he published in 1848.

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How Peter Slater Snuck Out to the Tea Party

John F. Kennedy, Massachusetts native and 35th President of the United States (1961–1963)

Cheryl is a carbon copy of me, so you know me you will know her. We start and finish each other’s sentences. I will pass on more information as it becomes ...

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On Monday I began a project for Veteran's Day to transcribe all the names on the war memorials located on Londonderry, New Hampshire's town common.

“Henry Knox's Mission” Lecture in Cambridge, 15 Mar.

Cabinet card of Frederick Douglass with his grandson, Joseph Douglass

Samuel Adams's Christmas Spirit in 1768

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... Mark Jacobson pointed out this week, right now there isn't even a plaque to identify that site as important to the start of the Revolutionary War.

The Boston Town House at 300

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Boston's Chinatown, with its paifang gate, is home to many Chinese and also Vietnamese restaurants.

Textile mills such as the Boott Mills in Lowell made Massachusetts a leader in the Industrial Revolution in the United States.

A portion of the north-central Pioneer Valley in Sunderland. The campus of the University of Massachusetts Amherst is visible in the background.

The Ongoing Battle over Advanced Placement U.S. History

On Tuesday, 25 April, I'll speak to the Falmouth Historical Society about The Road to Concord: How Four Stolen Cannon Ignited the Revolutionary War.

Last night I went to Bob Damon's talk at the Old South Meeting House, part of the Paul Revere Memorial Association's lectures on the legacy of Paul Revere's ...