John Wilkes Booth John Brown John Coburn Susan & George Hillard Harriet Tubman Wm Lloyd Garrison Daniel Webster Horace Mann Boston Corbett Jefferson Davis Frederick Douglass Sergeant Wm. H. Carney John Jewitt Sen Charles Sumner Hayden Lewis Col. Robert Gould Shaw Rev Leonard Grimes The Secret Six Wm & Ellen Craft Louisa May Alcott Paul Joseph Revere Edward H. Revere Wm C. Nell Harriet Beecher Stowe All of the above were vital contributors to Boston's Civil War history.
Enjoy the neighborhoods of Boston during a 90 minute historic walk.The Abolitionists rush to war (while you tour the architecture of Beacon Hill)The Congressional compromises of 1820, 1850 and 1854 and the three fugitive slave riots that ensuedThe Old Corner Book StoreParker House infamous Hotel guestsTremont Temple; a witness to riots, emancipation and arsonThe Robert Gould Shaw MemorialBoston CommonThe military history of the 6th, 9th, 20th and 28th, 54th, 55th and 5th Horse regimentsPaul Joseph Revere and Edward Hutchinson Robbins Revere grandsons of the famous express riderThe "dark side" of Beacon HillHolmes Alleyway on the Underground RailroadPark Street ChurchLouisburg Square and the home of Louisa May Alcott For more information, call Mitch Lapin @ 781-591-2955 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Tours begin in front of of Faneuil Hall at 4 S. Market St, Boston, Mass. and finish 1.3 miles, 90 minutes later at the Boston Common.
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