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  • Field and Franklin Park, one of the largest parks of the Boston park system, are in Dorchester. The Shawmut school for girls is in the district. Among
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  • (Boston, 1847); and “Thoreau, the Poet Naturalist” (1873). — Edward, the son of William Ellery Channing, the younger, b. in Dorchester (now Boston),
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  • adventures as a sea-captain, this day resides in the village of Dorchester near Boston.  I have the honor of being a nephew of his.  I have particularly
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  • 41 ——Cal. clipper ship, 357; records, 253, 299, 367, 368, 369 Dorchester, Boston ship, 54 Dorsetshire, Brit. E. India- man, 32 Douglas, Mr., chief
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  • Massachusetts bay. The city embraces Boston proper, East Boston, South Boston, Roxbury, and Dorchester. Boston proper, or old Boston, occupies a peninsula, joined
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  • the English and Canadian steamers. Dorchester Neck and Point, containing 560 acres, were annexed as South Boston in 1804, and the neighbouring Washington
    1,017 bytes (5,270 words) - 02:28, 27 January 2016
  • day—including the annexed territories of South Boston (1804), Roxbury (1868), Charlestown, Dorchester, Brighton and West Roxbury (1874)—comprehends almost
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  • ZirngiebelFrancesZirngiebelZirngiebel,_Frances18671917Teacher at the Dorchester High School, Boston. "Teachers' School of Science I", in Popular Science Monthly
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  • (1575-1648)Charlotte Fell Smith1900 WHITE, JOHN (1575–1648), called the Patriarch of Dorchester, son of John White, who held a lease under New College, Oxford, by his
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  • East Boston, on Noddle's Island, added in Colonial times; South Boston, originally Dorchester Neck, annexed in 1804; Roxbury, in 1868; Dorchester, in 1870:
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  • 81 square miles. The city includes Boston proper, and the suburbs of East Boston, South Boston, Roxbury, Dorchester, Charleston, Brighton, West Roxbury
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  • (1734–1815), lieutenant-governor of Massachusetts, said to have been born in Dorchester, Massachusetts, on 5 Jan. 1734, was son of Robert Oliver by Ann, daughter
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  • Volume 2 Archdiocese of Boston by Thomas Francis Meehan 96238Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 2 Archdiocese of BostonThomas Francis Meehan
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  • in Boston after an “extraordinary and miraculous deliverance” from a terrible storm. As a famous preacher “he was desired at Plimouth, Dorchester, and
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  • Reprint. Keenan, W. J., and Riley, James. The Transmitted Word. Dorchester Press Company, Boston. Pp. 113. 75 cents. Laurie, S. S. John Amos Comenius. Syracuse
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  • at the Harvard Divinity School in 1846. He preached for some time at Dorchester, but displeased his congregation there by his opposition to slavery. In
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  • to September 1797. Under the orders of Sir Guy Carleton, first baron Dorchester [q. v.], instructed by Lieutenant-governor John Graves Simcoe [q. v.]
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  • Colonial Governor of Massachusetts, born in Dorchester, England. He was one of the six ‘joint adventurers’ of Dorchester who, in March, 1628, obtained a patent
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  • Charles Gordon, American Unitarian clergyman, editor and lecturer: b. Dorchester, Mass., 3 Oct. 1828; d. 15 April 1912. He was graduated at the Geauga
    952 bytes (124 words) - 02:32, 27 November 2012
  • Gov. Bradford's “History” (Boston, 1856). — His grandson, Perez, lawyer, b. in Plymouth, Mass., 13 Nov., 1751; d. in Dorchester, Mass., 14 Oct., 1837, was
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