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Israel Putnam and Prospect Hill. There was no more interested reader of the account of the dedication of Prospect Hill Park and Memorial Tower, we venture to assert, than the venerable Dr. Putnam, of Salem, and at the request of the president of the Somerville Historical Society, he has prepared the following article for publication. It is a subject which has long interested him, and out of the fullness of his heart he writes as he has done. He here makes some limited use of his pamphle
her the subject was slavery, witchcraft, the Ptolemaic theory, the story of Adam and the Fall, or any other.
Majorities, however imposing and influential, are not always in the right.
The history of Bunker Hill and Prospect Hill, in all its fullness, is a matter of greater moment than some seem to think.
Each one must study it impartially as best he can, and decide for himself what is the truth it teaches, assured that the truth will finally prevail. A. P. Putnam. Salem, December 30, 1903.