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    66 Phillips Street/86 Pinckney Street

    Both of these houses were occupied by abolitionists and African-American…
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    African Meeting House/Abiel Smith School

    Photos of the oldest African-American church (still standing) in the U.S. and…
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    Site of the Boston Massacre

    View the site of the Boston Massacre, where Crispus Attucks was the first man…
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    American Revolution (1775-1781)
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    54th Regiment Memorial

    This memorial sits across from the Massachusetts state house, and honors the…
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    African-American History
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    Emancipation Group

    This statue of Abraham Lincoln and Archer Alexander sits adjacent to the Park…
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    Harriet Tubman Memorial

    These statues reside in Boston's South End. Harriet Tubman spoke in Boston area…
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    Old South Meeting House

    Photo of the Old South Meeting House in Boston; Phillis Wheatley was a member of…
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