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t it justly claims to, be to-day?
My letter is already much too long, and yet there are certain other associations of the hill of which I fain would write.
Putnam had with him while he was first stationed at Cambridgeport two sons, Israel and Daniel.
Israel was in the battle, as well as his father.
Daniel, who rose to be a prominent and highly esteemed citizen of Connecticut, wished also to accompany the expedition, thinking he might be of some use, though but a boy of fifteen.
His fatherDaniel, who rose to be a prominent and highly esteemed citizen of Connecticut, wished also to accompany the expedition, thinking he might be of some use, though but a boy of fifteen.
His father thought he could get on without him, and directed him to stay behind at the Inman House, his own headquarters.
The son soon heard of the fight, and was anxious lest his father might have been hurt or killed, but was presently told that he was safe at Prospect Hill, and, accordingly, he went thither at once to find him. Long afterward he gave this account of the discovery: ‘There I found him about ten o'clock on the morning of June 18, dashing about among the workmen, throwing up intrenchments,
Bird, Charles, Jr.42
Bishop of London38
Blessing of the Bay, The81
Bolton, John, Homestead of45
Bonair Street, Somervillerospect Hill Schoolhouse46, 47
Prospect Street, Somerville47
Putnam, Rev. Dr. A. P.85
Putnam, General Israel78-99
Putnam, Israel, Jr.94
Runey, James S.45
Runey, John44, 45
Runey, John, House of44
Runey, Mrs. Maria M.45
Russell, James, Recorder36
Rymes, Christopher E.22
Veazie, William House of43
‘Ventilation of Schoolhouses, The’2
Vinal, Anna Parker103
Virginia, Riflemen of80
Wade, Jonathan, Jr.58
Wade, PrudeWashington Street as It Was’46
Watch Tower, Charlestown17
Waterways, Inland, Mass.52