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Freedom Trail performers transcend the times

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By David Filipov
Globe Staff / October 21, 2008

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Cutlass and flintlock pistol dangling at his side, Captain Daniel Malcolm - revolutionary, patriot, privateer - raised his voice over the din enveloping the Old Granary Burying Ground. Bellowing over the roar of jackhammers and the wail of ambulance sirens, he held forth on the presidential politics of his century, specifically the jealousy that John Hancock held for George Washington, ... (Full article: 1022 words)

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