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On New England

Symbol, struggle, and sensibility

By Michael Kenney
December 31, 2006

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The site of the Liberty Tree, a rallying place for patriot resisters in the years leading up to the American Revolution, is at the corner of what are now Washington and Essex streets in downtown Boston. (Full article: 904 words)

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