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Search results: Vicinity of Boston, 1849
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Wilson's 1849 Map
Wilson's 1849 Atlas Map of the vicinity of Boston locates Dorchester along with Roxbury, Brookline and other towns.
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Map of the Vicinity of Boston, 1893
A map of the vicinity of Boston published in an 1893 atlas shows the train lines in Dorchester and the names of the stations.
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Map of the Vicinity of Boston 1849
The map engraved for the Boston Almanac of 1849 shows the Old Colony Railroad running through Dorchester although there is no Shawmut branch railroad yet. The communities within Dorchester are Neponset...
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Dorchester Maps Note: if the quality of these maps is too low for your use, please get in touch. We have better quality images, but the digital files are larger than we feel comfortable putting on the...
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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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St. Mary's Church (Episcopal)
The Rev. John P. Robinson, then Rector of Christ Church, Quincy, conducted a service for a group of about 50 in Dorchester on July 16, 1843. This is the first time, so far as is known, that the book...
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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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Books about Dorchester in General
Printed Materials Relating to Dorchester - General Manuscripts: Many institutions contain documents relating to Dorchester. In addition to the Dorchester Historical Society, there are two in particular...
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Town Records; Directories
Printed Materials Relating to Dorchester - Town Records, Official Publications, Directories, Annexation Adams, George. Dorchester and Milton Business Directory. Boston: , 1850. ...
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Second Methodist
Thomas W. Tucker served a two-year pastorate in the First Methodist Episcopal Church in Dorchester, then spent a year in Medford, and retired in 1849 to Atlantic, Quincy. He gathered people in his house...
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