The historic brick structure made famous as Boston's bookstore.
The famous hangout spot for The Saturday Club and literary intellectuals in Boston.
Where you go when you go to Boston.
One of America's oldest libraries.
One of America's oldest cultural institutions
Home of the Commonwealth's government.
A grand entrance for democracy.
62 names from the 54th regiment. The first black soldiers admitted into Union Forces are remembered here.
The last Bowdoin mansion.
This school educated African American children and witnessed the fight for, and end of, segregation.
The heart of Boston's 19th century free black community and a reminder of our past.
Step into history and explore a traditional African-American neighborhood from 19th Century Boston.
Once home to a veteran and leader; "Colonel" to the Bucks of America.
Clothing shop by day, gambling den by night.
Boston's Residential Acropolis
The first school to [finally!] promote an interracial study body in Boston.
Luxury and science on the Common.
Common ground at the heart of Boston.
Snap a shot of America's Oldest Park
House turned Underground Railroad station that allowed an escaped slave to rescue others.
Most Photographed Street in Boston
An amphitheater for medical breakthroughs.
The man who brought introduced fugitive slaves to abolitionists in a barber shop.
In addition to apartments and organizations, Oxford St had a community bulletin board from c.1900-1970
A church that illuminated the path to both religion and integration.