Charlestown (Boston, Mass.)
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A catalogue of the city councils of Boston - 1822-1890; Roxbury - 1846-1867; Charlestown - 1847-1873; and of the selectmen of Boston, 1634-1822; also of various other town and municipal officers, 1891
Item — Volume 16
A catalogue of the city councils of Boston, 1822-1908, Roxbury, 1846-1867, Charlestown, 1847-1873 and of the selectmen of Boston, 1634-1822 : also of various other town and municipal officers
Identifier: A catalogue of the city councils of Boston, 1822-1908...
Found in: City of Boston Archives
An address delivered at Charlestown, Mass. on the 17th of June, 1836 at the request of the young men without distinction of party in commemoration of the Battle of Bunker Hill by Alexander H. Everett, 1836
Item — Publications PB 005
Dates: Other: 1836
Charlestown Free School fund records
Scope and Contents
Includes financial records of the Charlestown Free School Fund which provided support for the public schools in Charlestown.
City of Charlestown records
Scope and Contents note The City of Charlestown records extend approximately 24 cubic feet and cover the period from 1725–1875. The records fall into two groups, Town records and City records. The town records are approximately 3 cubic feet and cover the period prior to Charlestown’s incorporation as a city in 1842. These records are from the Selectmen, including correspondence from John Hancock President of the Continental Congress, petitions and reports concerning the Rioting and Burning of the Ursuline...
Found in: City of Boston Archives / City of Charlestown records
Engineering Division plan books
Dates: circa 1850-1900
Record Commissioner's reports
Scope and Contents
Published between 1876 and 1909, the Record Commissioners reports include transcriptions of early Boston town records including town meeting records, Selectmen records, births, deaths and marriages, Charlestown records, Dorchester records and other miscellaneous records.
Dates: Publication: 1876-1909
Found in: City of Boston Archives / Record Commissioner's reports