A Brief History Of

A Brief History Of “Boston Marriages”

A Brief History Of “Boston Marriages” “Boston Marriage” was a term used in the century and early century to refer to two single women living together, independent of men.

Sip a beer at bars on the historic Freedom Trail while learning about the history of Boston from the Puritans to Prohibition, from the Sons of Liberty to the Kennedys

Explore the different Pub Crawls offered by Boston Crawling

View of Boston from Dorchester Heights, 1841

Boston was originally named Shawmut by the local Native Americans. It was founded on September 1630 and named after Boston, England, a town in Lincolnshire from which several prominent colonists originated.

Painting of Boston in 1630 by Samuel Lancaster Gerry, circa 1836. The mountains were later cut down and used to fill in the surrounding bay in the 19th century

The History of Boston

Trimount in painting by Samuel Lancaster Gerry, circa 1836

Workers building the Boston subway in 1895

The History of Boston

Workers building the Boston subway in 1895 Park Street Church in Background

Illustration of William Blackstone's house on Boston Common between 1630-1635, circa 1889

The History of Boston

William Blaxton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

African American History of Boston in a Tour and Timeline | Around the World "L"

African American History of Boston in a Tour and Timeline

A timeline of Boston Black History with tour notes and photos from the African American landmarks of the city.

African American History of Boston in a Tour and Timeline (Photo: A poster warning Blacks to avoid capture).

African American History of Boston in a Tour and Timeline

African American History of Boston in a Tour and Timeline (Photo: A poster warning Blacks to avoid capture).

Summer Street after the Great Boston Fire of 1872

The History of Boston

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