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"Colonel Knox Bringing the Cannons From Fort Ticonderoga to the Siege of Boston", by John Ward Dunsmore.

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1775, Gen. Washington at the Siege of Boston, by H. Charles McBarron, Jr.

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Birthplace of the Revolutionary War. Tea Party was planned here. Interesting.

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American Revolution - Battle of Bunker Hill

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The Siege of Boston (April 19, 1775 – March 17, 1776) was the opening phase of the American Revolutionary War, in which New England militiamen—who later became part of the Continental Army—surrounded the town of Boston, Massachusetts, to prevent movement by the British Army garrisoned within. After eleven months of siege, the American colonists, led by George Washington, forced the British to withdraw by sea.

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SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO TRUE. I WILL ALWAYS BE A TRUE BRUINS FAN. #don't disrespect the b

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Sarah Good

Written testimony of Ann Putnam against Sarah Good, 1692. #salemwitchtrials

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A summary of two fantastic papers on mediaeval siege warfare given at the Haskins conference in Boston. The first paper speaks about knightly gestures and honour, the second about how townspeople fought back and prepared for a siege. ~S

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After a successful teaming for the design of their Boston headquarters, MullenLowe engaged TPG Architecture to design its new office in Winston-Salem, NC: a 37,500 square foot space in the city’s newly developed Wake Forest Innovation...

city living. Love this front!

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