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A closer look at the famous marker in the middle of Charlestown.
The residence at 16 Harvard St. was built after the Revolutionary War.
The land owned by successful Morocco dresser Isaac Mead once encompassed several streets, stretching to Bunker Hill.
The structure was preceded by the Charles River and Warren bridges.
Built in 1806, the building was used for a time as a funeral home.
Local writer Helen O'Neil brings us the history of 240 Bunker Hill Street.
This 1842 house is the only one of its type in all of Charlestown.
The house was built for Deacon John Larkin, a man rich in American History.
Harvard Mall has long, complicated history and is slated for a renovation.
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