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Trip To Boston

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BC: Boston rules!

FC: Boston | red socks rule!!!

1: Me chilling before the Blue Man Group.

8: Bostons old city hall was one of the first buildings in the French second empire style to be built in the US. Now it is one of the few designs that survived from its time. This structure is located smack in the middle of Boston on 45 School Street.

9: This city hall was important because its where some of the founding fathers worked on our government in the late 1700's. I really liked this building because it is very interesting and the dome is gold which also is really cool.

10: These pictures were taken at a very important grave yard in Boston, The fill in name here grave yard. it is very important because the remains of Samuel Adams, Paul Revere and even the remains of the Boston Massacre are buried here. Samuel Adams was important in history because he was one who signed the Declaration of Independence so King George didn't need his eye glasses to see it. Another person who is buried in this grave yard is Paul Revere he is important because he was the man to alert when and how the British were coming. It was "one'eth by land two'eth by sea". One more important person or i should say people was the 7 victims in the Boston Massacre.

11: Ian and Fred at the Market.

12: This pew was from the old north church where two lanterns were hung in the church to signal that the British were coming by sea. this picture is of a box pew in the church. it is not like the regular pews today with the rows, it almost exactly like a cubical in an office building. not many of these box pews looked like the one in the picture. Most pews were not fabricated they were just wood with a bench on each side. these pews cost a lot of money this one is like having season tickets right over home plate at the Yankee stadium.

13: George giving his look.

16: Me and Freddy.B, out side of Fenway Park.

17: The Red Sox play an important part in New England's culture. In 2004 the they broke a long World sSeries drought, not having won since 1918. Fenway Park is close to 100 years old. The stadium opened up on April 20, 1912. When the stadium opened it was the smallest stadium in the MLB, today it is the third smallest stadium in the MLB.

19: this here is the oldest coffee shop or tea shop in the united states. it was important in history because tea was very important to the people of Boston because they loved tea. its like people to day with coffee back then with tea. so the British new how important the tea was to the people of Boston so the British put a tax on the tea. The People of Boston were not happy so they decided to get revenge and have the boson Tea Party. They all dressed up as Indians and boarded the ships from England that were carrying tea, and they dumped all the tea on the ship into the water.

21: this little building is home to a very important person. Heres a hint "the British are coming the British are coming!" thats right Paul Revere. he was very important because like i said before he was the person that warned the people of Boson when and how the British were coming. he raced through the town on a horse through the streets of Boston yelling and yelling the message over and over again. if wasn't for Paul Revere we would never of known how and when the British were going to attack Boston.

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