Roxbury during Siege of Boston
This four-part curriculum is designed to introduce students to Roxbury’s role during the Siege of Boston. It relies on primary sources to allow students to work like young historians, discovering what can be learned from documents such as maps, diaries, letters, images, and tax valuation lists.
Did You Know?
The request to reserve Faneuil Hall on December 16, 1873, identified the event as a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party. In truth, Suffragette Lucy Stone held the first women's suffragette meeting in the "Cradle of Liberty." She surprised many with her real agenda that day.