Partnership of Historic Bostons

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On this tab you will find
     Animations that show how Boston looked long ago
     Reading suggestions
     Information about Boston, Lincolnshire
     Our partners in Boston's early history
See what Boston--Beacon Hill, Back Bay, the Old State House site, Fanueil Hall and the Rose Kennedy Greenway--looked like long ago.
This work is provided by the City of Boston Archaeology Program.


Maps of Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony, show the growth of Early Boston.  All maps are courtesy of the Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the Boston Public Library. Click here for the maps.


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Reading About Boston 
Reading About Boston 
Click here for primary texts and some work by members of the Partnership Advisory Board. 
Click here for the themes of past Charter Days, the history of first fifteen years by the founding President Will Holton, and the tribute paid to him for his leadership. 
Boston, Lincolnshire, was founded in 1086 and has a wonderful and treasured history that helped to make the new Boston. On the right is St. Botolph's Parish Church.  This item is still under construction but will be finished shortly with many great images including the Puritan Path that commemorates those who came to new Boston from old Boston.   
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