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Avery & Bennett Clock (1726), oldest American public clock, Old North Church, Boston

Avery & Bennett Clock (1726), oldest American public clock, Old North Church, Boston

Quincy Market, Boston

Quincy Market, Boston

Old South Meeting House Bookstore, Boston

Old South Meeting House Bookstore, Boston

Old State House, Boston (Built in 1713)

Old State House, Boston (Built in 1713)

King’s Chapel Burying Ground - Joseph Tapping (d. 1678) Headstone - the most elaborate surviving gravestone from Colonial Boston.  Latin inscription - Fugit hora (“Time flies”).

King’s Chapel Burying Ground - Joseph Tapping (d. 1678) Headstone - the most elaborate surviving gravestone from Colonial Boston.  Latin inscription - Fugit hora (“Time flies”).

Ebenezer Hancock house (1767) - home of John Hancock’s brother, Ebenezer Hancock.

Ebenezer Hancock house (1767) - home of John Hancock’s brother, Ebenezer Hancock.

Granary Burying Ground, Boston

Granary Burying Ground, Boston

Avery & Bennett Clock (1726), oldest American public clock, Old North Church, Boston

Avery & Bennett Clock (1726), oldest American public clock, Old North Church, Boston

Quincy Market, Boston

Quincy Market, Boston

Old South Meeting House Bookstore, Boston

Old South Meeting House Bookstore, Boston

Old State House, Boston (Built in 1713)

Old State House, Boston (Built in 1713)

King’s Chapel Burying Ground - Joseph Tapping (d. 1678) Headstone - the most elaborate surviving gravestone from Colonial Boston.  Latin inscription - Fugit hora (“Time flies”).

King’s Chapel Burying Ground - Joseph Tapping (d. 1678) Headstone - the most elaborate surviving gravestone from Colonial Boston.  Latin inscription - Fugit hora (“Time flies”).

Ebenezer Hancock house (1767) - home of John Hancock’s brother, Ebenezer Hancock.

Ebenezer Hancock house (1767) - home of John Hancock’s brother, Ebenezer Hancock.

Granary Burying Ground, Boston

Granary Burying Ground, Boston

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