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The Battle of Bunker Hill - Journey with Murphy

The Battle of Bunker Hill, which was primarily fought on nearby Breed’s Hill, was the first major head-to-head battle of the American Revolution. Today you can still visit the legendary site, which is now completely surrounded by the city of Charlestown. But despite the passage of time, historic Charlestown and Americans from near and far...

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Boston has beautiful and historic neighborhoods that can be reached very easily thanks to its efficient and timely transportation system, the T and by foot. During my second day in the city, I deci…

USS Constitution

Boston. Beantown. City on a Hill. The Athens of America. The Cradle of Liberty. So many nicknames for this one city in the state of Massachusetts, and all due to its long history starting back in colonial times. One nickname sticks out the most for Hitch and me while on our first visit to this…

The Bunker Hill Monument has steps leading to the top for great views of Boston.

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Bunker Hill. Battle, 1775; Monument, 1842

The giant, granite obelisk that soars above the city of Boston isn’t the oldest monument in the United States. It isn’t the tallest, the most technically impressive, or the most frequently visited.

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Battle of Bunker Hill National Historic Site on Breed's Hill in Charlestown (Boston, Mass.) on the site of the Revolutionary War Battle. The monument was erected in 1842. The statue commemorates Colonel William Prescott, a colonial militia leader.