Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Simon Stone” in chapter 1 of Historic leaves, volume 5, April, 1906 - January, 1907:
...n, let us take a look across the basin of the Charles and see if we cannot perceive the outlines of another orchard lying in the edge of Watertown, which was planted about the same time on land which Simon Stone chose for his dwelling-place soon after his arrival in 1636.
The old gardens on Beacon Hill have long ago made room for modern buildings, but one of the trees of the orchard in Watertown, a pear tr...
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