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Edward Everett House
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 Text on monument: Everett House. Built 1746. Demolished 1898. Here was born April 11, 1794, Edward Everett. Educator, Orator, Statesman, Member of Congress 1825-34, Governor of Massachusetts 1836-39, Minister to England 1841-45, Graduate and President of Harvard College 1846-48, Secretary of State under President Fillmore, United States Senator 1853-54. Mainly through his efforts Mount Vernon was preserved. Died January 15, 1865. Erected by the City of Boston, June 5, 1909.

Located at northeast corner of intersection of Columbia Road and Boston Street.

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Created: October 6, 2005   Modified: May 7, 2011