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Women’s Suffrage at Faneuil Hall

Perhaps no other building in Boston served a more symbolic role in the Boston suffrage movement than Faneuil Hall–‘The Cradle of Liberty.’ In arguing for women’s suffrage, men and women suffragists echoed similar calls for liberty and equality as their forefathers had during the American Revolution.

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The Battle of Bunker Hill

On June 17, 1775, New England soldiers clashed with the British army for the first time in a pitched battle. Through this video series and article, learn about this “Decisive Day” and the bloody fighting that took place throughout the hilly landscape of Charlestown, across the Charles River from Boston.