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Revolutionary War Monument in Dorchester Old North Burial Ground
Revolutionary War monument in Dorchester Old North Burial Ground
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 In memory of the soldiers of the Revolution who died during the Siege of Boston and were buried in this lot 1775-1776. Erected by the Massachusetts Society Sons of the American Revolution 1903.

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