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Hillside Farmhouse | Boston, MA



COLUMN DESIGN:  Architectural Wood – Partially fluted.  Greek Doric taper, with Greek Doric flutes that start 2′-08-7/8″ from the bottom of the column shaft.  80 more words

Chadsworth Columns

Poem by Scarlett Pedersen


This morning, I stayed in bed a few extra hours
Wishing for cement to replace the blood in my veins
So I’d never have to move again… 541 more words


All, A Photograph

“[…] I will go to France, to Yugoslavia, to China and continue my profession.’
‘As sanitary engineer?’
‘No, Monsieur. As an adventurer. I will see all the peoples and all the countries in the world.”
– Bruce Chatwin

Jennifer Allison

Governor John Albion Andrew and "the Smell of Gunpowder"

On January 8, 1861 at noon, a battery of cannons on Boston Common commenced fire. The reports reverberated through the narrow streets of Beacon Hill, rattling the houses of the city’s elite. 1,938 more words


Time capsule dating to 1795 included coins, newspapers

BOSTON (AP) — Early residents of Boston valued a robust press as much as their history and currency if the contents of a time capsule dating back to the years just after the Revolutionary War are any guide. 432 more words


RESTORE THE FOUNDATION FRIDAYS - John Hancock - (1737-1793)

John Hancock was born near the village of Quincy (once called Braintree), Massachusetts, January 23rd, 1737. He was born to the Reverend John Hancock who was a preacher, like his father before him. 1,115 more words

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