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Peeling back layers of history

Seat of young government-in-exile restored

Robert Childs, Historical Society of Watertown project coordinator, tours the Fowle House’s meeting room, looking as it did when the rebel colony’s executive council met there in 1775. (Globe Staff / Joanne Rathe) Robert Childs, Historical Society of Watertown project coordinator, tours the Fowle House’s meeting room, looking as it did when the rebel colony’s executive council met there in 1775.
By Michael Kenney
Globe Correspondent / June 12, 2008

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James Warren, president of the Massachusetts Provincial Congress, could hardly contain his excitement when he wrote to Samuel Adams in early December 1775. (Full article: 803 words)

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