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Shawmut Peninsula. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2007 view from the west, with former Charles Street Jail buildings at right

Gallops Island (center) as viewed from Fort Warren on Georges Island. The skyline of downtown Boston can be seen to the top left, over the tip of Long ...

An excellent interactive map showing how marshy areas around the original Shawmut peninsula were progressively filled in over time, beginning w…

Columbia Point, Boston. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Boston Neck. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

From left to right: Boston City Hall, the West End, the North End, Charlestown, Boston Harbor, and East Boston

Boston skyline from Longfellow Bridge September 2017 panorama 2.jpg

Charlestown Neck. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Boston

Donald McKay obelisk

Spectacle Island

Sunset view of the Boston skyline and Charles River

Map showing all ground in Boston occupied by buildings in 1880. Columbia Point is in the center near bottom with two roads going out to the pumping station ...

Outer Brewster Island. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sailboats on the Charles River overlook the Boston skyline, as seen from Cambridge.

Charles River Peninsula. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Baja California Peninsula, Mexico

Photograph of the island Nomans Land, Massachusetts during airplane flyover.

... Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 1777 map of Boston by the English - useful while teaching JOHNNY TREMAIN by Esther Forbes

Nomans Land (Massachusetts). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Misery Islands. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Boston - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A graph of cumulative winter snowfall at Logan International Airport from 1938–2015. The four winters with the greatest amount of snowfall are highlighted.

Georges Island (Massachusetts). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Revolution and the Siege of Boston[edit]

North End as viewed from the Custom House Tower.

Elizabeth Islands. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A map showing Boston and vicinity, including Bunker Hill, Dorchester Heights, and troop disposition of Gen. Artemas Ward during the Siege of Boston.

The photo depicts a 1977 racial conflict between residents of Columbia Point and South Boston for the use of Carson Beach and the L Street bath house.

Fort Hill, Boston. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Boston skyline as seen from the island.

Little Brewster Island with Boston Light

Lovells Island. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Recent use[edit]

Castle Island during World War II.

The marina on Spectacle Island in summer as viewed from one of the foot-trails from the North Summit. Thompson Island can be seen in the background.

Boston Neck. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

West End project area looking northeasterly, circa 1959–1964

a beautiful full color map of the siege of Boston after the Battle of Bunker Hill

The Boston Museum of Science, located in the West End

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Event Logo, Boston Massachusetts, Fine Art Print, Discovery

Boston Map 1722

View of Boston from Winthrop's Point Shirley in 2003

A life size statue of St. Agrippina di Mineo in an ornate canopy accompanied by

Brewer Road at World's End

18th century French map of Boston Harbor | 18th Century Maps: City and regions | Pinterest | 18th century, Boston and Boston harbor

Present day[edit]

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Great Brewster Island. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Boston - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia | A City on a Hill | Pinterest | Boston, Massachusetts and State street

My new neighborhood -- South End Boston.

Founding[edit]

Points of interest[edit]

Map of Boston Harbor during the Revolution

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