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Bunker Hill, Battle of, Boston (Mass.), 1775

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

A memorial of the American patriots who fell at the Battle of Bunker Hill, June 17, 1775. With an account of the dedication of the memorial tablets on Winthrop square, Charlestown, June 17, 1889, with an appendix containing illustrative papers., 1889

 Item — Volume 23: Series Series I
Identifier: Series I
Scope and Contents note

Compiled by James L. Hillard. The address was by John R. Murphy, the ode by Dr. Thomas W. Parsons. The appendix was prepared by W. H. Whitmore, and contains, with other matters, Webster's orations at laying the corner stone and at the completion of Bunker Hill Monument, and a poem by Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes. A second edition was printed later in 1889, and a third edition in 1890. Illustrations.

Celebration of the centennial anniversary of the Battle of Bunker Hill. With an appendix containing a survey of the literature of the battle, its antecedents and results., 1875

 Item — Volume 12: Series Series I
Identifier: Series I
Scope and Contents note

Compiled by James M. Bugbee. The oration was by Gen. Charles Devens. The bibliographical appendix was prepared by Justin Winsor. Four illustrations. Another edition has the imprint of A. Williams & Co., Boston, 1875.

City Council Committees on Celebrations records

Identifier: 0140.013
Scope and Contents Records of committees appointed to oversee public celebrations for primarily the Fourth of July but also including Bunker Hill Day, Patriots' Day, Labor Day, Eulogies, etc. Includes correspondence, applications, programs, tickets, entertainment applications, etc.