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The cutting down of Boston’s Beacon Hill

With their focus on the epic process of filling in Boston’s many coves and inlets, most discussions of the history of the city’s topographical history are, literally speaking, two dimensional. Often neglected is the tale of the city’s vertical diminishment through the cutting down of the three-peaked ridge (the “Tremontane”) that once bisected the Shawmut […]

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A spectacular chromolithographic map of the United States

Rambles through Our Country is a simple educational game requiring players to complete a “grand tour” of the United States, as depicted on a chromolithographic pictorial map. The map bears 200 numbered stations beginning with Hartford-where the game was published-and concluding with New York City, with at least three stops in each state along the way. […]

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