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was a stone quarry on his premises, in the rear of Veazie, furnishing the familiar blue ledge stone for cellar walls so well known to all builders.
Along Walnut street, adjoining Moore, Edward Cutteryoung Ned Cutter, as he was called-owned to Broadway; the house on Walnut street is still standing.
Cutter was a dissipated fellow, told big stories which few believed, was quite successful as a fruit-grower, however, and his extensive pear orchard will be long remembered by the older citizens of to Walnut to School street, and beyond to Sycamore.
With the exception of the few mentioned on Walnut street, no buildings stood until you came to the Forster schoolhouse—a wooden structure on Sycamore street—but away to the right of it, along Broadway, could be seen the few houses which existed at that time.
Marshall, Dartmouth, and Thurston streets were not in existence.
Looking still further toward the east across the fields to where Mt.
Pleasant street and Perkins street are only a fe
Boston Latin School20, 32
Boston Traveler, The2
BowLocks and Canal50, 57
Bowdoin Family, The12
Braintree, Mass.19, 33
Brastow Schoolhouse, The42
Breed's Hill90, 98
Brentnall, John, Schoolmaster, 172665
Brigham, Frances (Read)101
Brigham, Jane P.101
Broadway, Somerville43, 44
Brooks, Elbridge Gerry7
Brooks, Elbridge Streeter7
Brooks, Elbridge Streeter, Fiction of7
Brooks, Elbridge Streeter, Works of7
Brooks Family, The, Medford66
Brooks's History of Medford61
Brown, Captain, House of42
Brown, Rev. Joseph34
Bull Run, Battle of9
Bunker Hill, Battle of14, 88, 89, 97
Bunker Hill Monument90
Burnham, Nathan, Schoolmaster, 172765