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In and about historic Boston . MINUTE MAN STATUE. LEXINGTON.The approach to Lexinfiton Green from Boston is marked by a splendid statue,by Kitson. of Captain Parker, the sturty patriot who led the Lexington farmersin the struggle of April 19th. The British forces numbered eight hundred menunder command of Lieutenant-Colonel Francis Smith, of the 10th Regiment, andMajor John Pitcairn, commander of a battalion of marines. REVOLUTIONARY MONUMENT. LEXINGTON.This vine-clad monument stands on the west side of Lexington Green. Theinscription tells that it was erected as a tribute to the memory of Ens

In and about historic Boston . MINUTE MAN STATUE. LEXINGTON.The approach to Lexinfiton Green from Boston is marked by a splendid statue,by Kitson. of Captain Parker, the sturty patriot who led the Lexington farmersin the struggle of April 19th. The British forces numbered eight hundred menunder command of Lieutenant-Colonel Francis Smith, of the 10th Regiment, andMajor John Pitcairn, commander of a battalion of marines. REVOLUTIONARY MONUMENT. LEXINGTON.This vine-clad monument stands on the west side of Lexington Green. Theinscription tells that it was erected as a tribute to the memory of Ens Stock Photo
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In and about historic Boston . MINUTE MAN STATUE. LEXINGTON.The approach to Lexinfiton Green from Boston is marked by a splendid statue,by Kitson. of Captain Parker, the sturty patriot who led the Lexington farmersin the struggle of April 19th. The British forces numbered eight hundred menunder command of Lieutenant-Colonel Francis Smith, of the 10th Regiment, andMajor John Pitcairn, commander of a battalion of marines. REVOLUTIONARY MONUMENT. LEXINGTON.This vine-clad monument stands on the west side of Lexington Green. Theinscription tells that it was erected as a tribute to the memory of Ensign RobertMunroe, and Messrs. Jonas Parker, Samuel Hadley. Jonathan Harrington. Jr.,Isaac Muzzy. Caleb Harrington and John Brown of Lexington, and Asahcl Porter,of Woburn. who fell on this field.

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