Have you taken a North End Freedom Trail tour? Here is your chance to watch it from the comfort of your own home. The “Allegiance to Revolution” tour of the North End is narrated by Boston National Park Ranger Eric Hanson-Plass. Hear the story of the dynamics between Paul Revere and Governor Thomas Hutchinson leading […]
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Sunday, April 29 … come celebrate the Paul Revere statue, its sculptor Cyrus Dallin and our neighborhood park … of historic proportions … The Prado. Below is a brief summary of the day’s events. For more detailed information go to our “News”tab at the top of the page or click here for a direct link […]
What local icons pop out for Canadian visitors? Neptune Oyster and Penguins among others.
North End History by Guild Nichols PART 2: FROM RICHES TO RAGS After 1780, Revere expanded his business interests in keeping with the feverish commercial development along the North End waterfront. He opened a foundry for the smelting of iron and brass and was soon supplying bolts, spikes and nails for the burgeoning shipbuilding industry. […]
PART 1: BOSTON’S FIRST NEIGHBORHOOD – 1640-1780