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Site of the Boston Massacre

Site of the Boston Massacre

Daniel Morgan, Revolutionary General, Patriot, Established first sniper-focused, rifle-team tactics in the history of US infantry. American Revolutionary War

Daniel Morgan, Revolutionary General, Patriot, Established first sniper-focused, rifle-team tactics in the history of US infantry. American Revolutionary War

Henry Champion (March 16, 1751 – July 13, 1836) was a Revolutionary War solider and financier.  He was a battalion commander at the Battle of Bunker Hill and was later the General of the Connecticut Militia.  He was the charter member of the Old Wooster Lodge in Colchester and served as Grand Master in 1825.

Henry Champion (March 16, 1751 – July 13, 1836) was a Revolutionary War solider and financier. He was a battalion commander at the Battle of Bunker Hill and was later the General of the Connecticut Militia. He was the charter member of the Old Wooster Lodge in Colchester and served as Grand Master in 1825.

The Old North Church,  where latterns were hung to alert Paul Revere the night before "The shot heard 'round the world"

The Old North Church, where latterns were hung to alert Paul Revere the night before "The shot heard 'round the world"

Paul Revere's grave (the small one). The larger one is a marker for his grave.

Paul Revere's grave (the small one). The larger one is a marker for his grave.

Old south meeting house

Old south meeting house

A bronze statue of Mary Dyer who "Hung as a flag" on Boston Commons,1 June 1660. By Quaker sculptor Sylvia Shaw Judson. She sits in front of the Massachusetts State House in Boston; a copy sits in front of the Friends Center in downtown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and another in front of Stout Meetinghouse at Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana.

A bronze statue of Mary Dyer who "Hung as a flag" on Boston Commons,1 June 1660. By Quaker sculptor Sylvia Shaw Judson. She sits in front of the Massachusetts State House in Boston; a copy sits in front of the Friends Center in downtown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and another in front of Stout Meetinghouse at Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana.

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