TABLETS PLACED DURING THE TERCENTENARY YEAR
Siteof Long Wharf, corner Chatham and State Street, marking where British embarked from Boston, March 17, 1776. Siteof firstresidence of John Winthrop, 53 State Street.
- Site of residence of Rev. John Cotton and of Sir Harry Vane, Barristers Hall, Pemberton square.
Siteof North Battery used during the Siege of Boston, 379 Commercial .FaneuilHall, east end. Siteof Gov. John Endicott’s residence, Tremont row; also, the birthplace of Elihu Yale, founder of Yale University.
- Paul Revere’s workshop, Exchange Trust Building, Washington.
- “Old Brick” Church,
firstchurch in Boston, Washington, near State Street. Siteof First Catholic Church, 20 School Street.
- West Church, corner of Lime and Cambridge Street.
Siteof residence of Governor Hutchinson, Garden Court. Siteof Governor Leverett’s residence, Sears Building, Court. Siteof fortifications on Boston N eek, used during Siege of Boston, Opera House, Washington, near Dover Street.
- First Meeting House and School, Dorchester.
- Royal Exchange Tavern and office of
, west corner of Exchange, now Congress Street. stagecoach Siteof Governor Hitchborn house, North Street. of Second Quaker Meeting House, Monk Building, Congress. Site
- Landing place of General Champlain, the only strip remaining of the
shore lineof Boston Harbor, North End Park. Siteof the Dachet or Brinley House, headquarters of General Ward, Commander of the right wing of the Continental forces during the Siege of Boston, Mission Church, Roxbury. Siteof rail fence on Bunker Hill, School, Monument square, Charlestown.
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