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Planting May 30, 2009
 The Dorchester Historical Society planted two new garden beds at the William Clapp House on May 30, 2009. These included a border of fruiting shrubs and the addition of 2 pear trees to the 4 already in the front yard. The little orchard includes 4 Clap Favorite pears, a variety developed on the property in the nineteenth century.

Funding for the planting came partly from EarthWorks, partly from the New England Grassroots Environmental Fund, and partly from the Trinity Financial Charitable Fund.

Volunteers from EarthWorks and from Boston Cares as well as from the Dorchester Historical Society participated in the planting.







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Blake HouseFrank L. YoungDorchester Historical Society SealJames Blake House exterior light 6-4-2009
Dorch Hist Soc Holiday Party 2009Dorchester Historical Society Landscape 8-18-2010Capen BowlClapp Family Barn restoration 2-17-2012
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Created: June 5, 2009   Modified: June 17, 2009