Boston's Copp's Hill Burying Ground Guide

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Chauncey Park Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Boston (Mass.) - 312 pages
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This book is the most definitive book about Boston's North End Copp's Hill Burying Ground in 110 years. It describes the famous and interesting personages buired there, has a complete Boston Tea Party and Revolutionary War soldiers list, current tombstone inventory and complete maps.

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Contents

Map and Instructions f JH 4
Other Personages 20
Revolutionary 1812 Soldiers List
34
What Tomb 18 Reveals
48
Boston Burying Ground Initiative
63
Acknowledgements C97
97
Selected Bibliography C99
xi
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About the author (1998)

Charles Chauncey Wells is a great3 nephew of North End bricklayer Charles Wells, the 4th mayor of Boston 1832/3, who built 89 tombs at Copp's Hill. He holds a B.A. in journalism from Michigan State University, worked as an editor with The Chicago Tribune, and spent 23 years in mergers and acquisitions. He lives in Oak Park, Illinois, and is president of Chauncey Park Press and Wells Printing Company. Suzanne Austin Wells was a special education teacher with Chicago Public Schools for 35 years and specializes in gravestone photography and is a noted book designer.

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