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History's Footsteps: Beacon Hill

History’s Footsteps: Beacon Hill
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by in May 2008

Here’s a walking tour for your next trip to Boston. It’s full of brick buildings, cobble-stoned paths, and surprising history.

Stay in these B&Bs. They were once stops along the Underground Railroad.

Read one historian’s search for her ancestors and the little-known history of slaves in Portsmouth.

Follow more of history’s footsteps at these black heritage trails and historic resources.


History sets New England apart. Here are 6 more sites that preserve our culture, from art to industries.

Listen in to this audio tour of Memorial Hall Museum, Old Deerfield, Massachusetts. You may also download it to your MP3 player take it along on your next visit.

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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