A report on Watertown, Massachusetts

Saltonstall's landing spot in Watertown, also known as Elbridge Gerry Landing
Edmund Fowle House, built in the 1700s and used by the Massachusetts government during the Revolutionary War
Browne House, built c. 1694
St. Stephen Armenian Apostolic Church
Hairenik Association building – Watertown, Mass.
Benjamin Robbins Curtis
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City in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, and is part of Greater Boston.

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Richard Saltonstall

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Sir Richard Saltonstall (baptised Halifax, England 4 April 1586 – October 1661) led a group of English settlers up the Charles River to settle in what is now Watertown, Massachusetts in 1630.

Parker c. 1855

Theodore Parker

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American transcendentalist and reforming minister of the Unitarian church.

American transcendentalist and reforming minister of the Unitarian church.

Parker c. 1855
Caricature by Christopher Pearse Cranch depicting Parker's interest in German thinking
Parker's statue in front of the Theodore Parker Church, a Unitarian parish in West Roxbury, Massachusetts.
Parker c. 1850
Parker's tomb in Florence

He then took various posts as a teacher, conducting an academy from 1831 to 1834 at Watertown, Massachusetts, where his late mother's family lived.

An A branch streetcar on Cambridge Street in 1968

Green Line A branch

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Streetcar line in the Boston, Massachusetts, area, operating as a branch of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Green Line.

Streetcar line in the Boston, Massachusetts, area, operating as a branch of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Green Line.

An A branch streetcar on Cambridge Street in 1968
A route 57 bus at Union Square, Allston, in July 2021
1967 map of branches of the newly named Green Line, showing the "A" branch
A 1910 postcard of two streetcars at the Public Garden incline. The left car is bound for Watertown via North Beacon Street; the right is bound for Park Street from Union Square.
The A branch ran in mixed traffic for much of its length, causing it to be slow and unreliable.
Former stub remains of A branch tracks at . The switch was disconnected in 2014 and paved over in 2020.
A route 57 bus at Kenmore in 2018
A route 501 bus in Brighton Center in 2016
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The line ran from Watertown through Newton Corner, Brighton, and Allston to Kenmore Square, then used the Boylston Street subway and Tremont Street subway to reach Park Street station.

Mount Auburn Cemetery

Mount Auburn Cemetery

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Mount Auburn Cemetery
Bigelow Chapel
Fir Avenue mark in cemetery
Egyptian revival entrance to Mount Auburn Cemetery
The Washington Tower in the cemetery
Cemetery designer, Dr. Jacob Bigelow's grave
Nathaniel Bowditch
Mary Baker Eddy Memorial
Mount Auburn Cemetery
Hunnewell family obelisk
Dr. Benjamin Waterhouse's grave
Charles Sumner's grave
Pitman family marker
Sphinx monument by Martin Milmore, 1872
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Weeping Japanese pagoda tree
Weeping European beech tree
T. Jefferson Lillie tombstone
Mary Baker Eddy Memorial

Mount Auburn Cemetery is the first rural, or garden, cemetery in the United States, located on the line between Cambridge and Watertown in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, 4 miles west of Boston.

1776 reprint of broadside delivered by Bissell

Israel Bissell

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Patriot post rider in Massachusetts who brought news to American colonists of the British attack on Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775.

Patriot post rider in Massachusetts who brought news to American colonists of the British attack on Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775.

1776 reprint of broadside delivered by Bissell

He reportedly rode for four days and six hours, covering the 345 miles from Watertown, Massachusetts to Philadelphia along the Old Post Road, shouting "To arms, to arms, the war has begun", and carrying a message from General Joseph Palmer, which was copied at each of his stops and redistributed.

Treaty of Watertown

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The Treaty of Watertown, the first foreign treaty concluded by the United States of America after the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, was signed on July 19, 1776, in the Edmund Fowle House in the town of Watertown, Massachusetts Bay.

Massachusetts Bay Colony

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English settlement on the east coast of America around the Massachusetts Bay, the northernmost of the several colonies later reorganized as the Province of Massachusetts Bay.

English settlement on the east coast of America around the Massachusetts Bay, the northernmost of the several colonies later reorganized as the Province of Massachusetts Bay.

Map of the Massachusetts Bay Colony
Map depicting tribal distribution in southern New England, circa 1600; the political boundaries shown are modern
Map of the Massachusetts Bay Colony
John Winthrop led the first large wave of colonists from England in 1630 and served as governor for 12 of the colony's first 20 years
The Dominion of New England in 1688
Constructed in 1641, the Fairbanks House is a First Period home with clapboard siding
Salem Common was established as a village green in 1667
Quaker Mary Dyer was hanged on Boston Common in 1660

Watertown: 1630 (on land now part of Cambridge)

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Mosesian Center for the Arts

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The Dorothy and Charles Mosesian Center for the Arts (formerly Arsenal Center for the Arts) is a community arts center located in Watertown, Massachusetts, United States, on the former property of the Watertown Arsenal.

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Armenian Weekly

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The Armenian Weekly logo
Armenian Weekly offices are located in the Hairenik Association building - Watertown, Mass.

Armenian Weekly (originally Hairenik Weekly) is an English Armenian publication published by Hairenik Association, Inc. in Watertown, Massachusetts in the United States.

The Hairenik Association building in Watertown, MA.

Hairenik Association

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The Hairenik Association building in Watertown, MA.

Hairenik Association (Hairenik Association Inc.) is a publishing house fully owned and operated by the Armenian Revolutionary Federation located in Watertown, Massachusetts, United States.