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Revolutionary War Campaigns: Siege of Boston... Massachusetts Explanation: Operations relating to the British occupation of Boston On the night of June 16th, about 1,200 men of the Colonial force besieging Boston moved on to the Charlestown isthmus overlooking the city and threw up ...http://www.myrevolutionarywar.com/campaigns/1775-Boston.htm
Colonial Boston at the time of the Revolutionary War. The Boston of 1774, which proclaimed freedom and defied the power of England, would scarcely rank to-day among the more important country towns. New York was more populous, but it was still confined to the narrow point of land below the Park ...http://www.publicbookshelf.com/public_html/The_Great_Republic_By_the_M%20...
Map of Boston 1775 - xlarge A Draught of the Towns of Boston & Charlestown. John Montresor 1775 From the Clinton Collection Return to Story Letters | Stories | Methods | People | Routes | Timeline | Home Clements Library | Sir Henry Clinton Collection | Teachers' Lounge ...http://www.si.umich.edu/spies/map-boston1775-xlarge.html