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CHARLESTOWN

On Bunker Hill, a boost in Lafayette profile

By Kathleen McKenna
Globe Correspondent / June 10, 2007

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Among the treasures on display at the new Battle of Bunker Hill Museum in Charlestown is the trowel used by Revolutionary War hero General Lafayette to lay the cornerstone for the Bunker Hill Monument at groundbreaking ceremonies in 1825. (Full article: 902 words)

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