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Boutwell St. on Pope's Hill Named after Mass. Governor
To view the pdf version of an article by Anthony Sammarco entitled "Boutwell St. on Pope's Hill Named after Mass. Governor," published in the Dorchester Community News, Click here for more
Andrew Square Named after Abolitionist "War Governor" John Andrew
"Andrew Square Named after Abolitionist 'War Governor' John Andrew." For the pdf version of this article by Anthony Sammarco, published in the Dorchester Community News, May 12, 1995 Click here for more
Huebener Brick no. 14, Governor Gardner Mansion
The Greek Revival mansion, home to Governor Gardner, was located on Hancock Street opposite what is now Trull Street. The Edward A. Huebener collection of over 100 bricks originally collected by...
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Samuel Turell Armstrong
Samuel Turell Armstrong (April 29, 1784 ? March 26, 1850) was a U.S. political figure. Born in 1784 in Dorchester, Massachusetts, he was a bookseller in Boston, and among other works published a stereotype...
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Stoughton School
The only surviving school-house from among those built in the 1850s and 1860s and the oldest surviving wooden school-house in Boston. In 1803 John Capen, Jr., gave the land on River Street to build a...
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Childe Hassam, 1859-1935
Acknowledged as the leading exponent of Impression in America The artist, christened Frederick Childe Hassam, was born in 1859 at his family home on Olney Street, Dorchester, Massachusetts. Though...
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Robert Ball Hughes, 1806-1868
Sculptor Robert Ball Hughes came with his wife to America from London in 1828 or 1829. Noted for his statues of New York Governor Clinton, of Alexander Hamilton and Nathaniel Bowditch, Ball Hughes also...
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Israel Stoughton
Colonel Israel Stoughton's house was situated at the northeast corner of Savin Hill Avenue and Pleasant Street. He had the distinction of building the first mill in New England to grind corn by water....
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Edward Everett
Edward Everett (1794-1865), was an American statesman, educator, and orator, born in Dorchester, Massachusetts, and educated at Harvard University and the University of Gottingen, Germany. Everett was...
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A few of Dorchesters notable residents who dont fit other categories are listed below. James Bowdoin, Governor of Massachusetts. William Bratton, New York City Police Commissioner. Richard...
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