Mattapan
Mattapan is a neighborhood in Boston, Massachusetts. Historically a section of neighboring Dorchester, Mattapan became a part of Boston when Dorchester was annexed in 1870. As of the 2010 census, it ...
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African Meeting House
The African Meeting House, also known variously as First African Baptist Church, First Independent Baptist Church and the Belknap Street Church, was built in 1806 and is now the oldest black church ed...
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The Jewish Advocate
The Jewish Advocate is a weekly Jewish newspaper serving Greater Boston and the New England area. It was established in 1902, and is the oldest continuously-circulated English-language Jewish newspape...
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Northeast Division GAA Board
The Northeast Divisional Board of the North American GAA is the governing body of hurling, camogie, and Gaelic football in the Boston metropolitan area of Massachusetts. It is affiliated to the North ...
South Boston
South Boston is a densely populated neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, located south and east of the Fort Point Channel and abutting Dorchester Bay. One of the oldest and most historic neighborhoo...
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Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston, Massachusetts is a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. It was formed out of the 1996 merger of Beth Israel Hospital (founded in 1916) a...
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Abiel Smith School
Abiel Smith School, founded in 1835, is a school located at 46 Joy Street in Boston, Massachusetts, United States, adjacent to the African Meeting House. It is named for Abiel Smith, a white philanthr...
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Hurley v. Irish-American Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Group of Boston
Hurley v. Irish American Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Group of Boston, 515 U.S. 557 (1995), is a landmark decision of the Supreme Court of the United States regarding free speech rights, specifically th...
Royal Rooters
The original Royal Rooters were a fan club for the Boston Americans, which in 1908 changed its name to the Boston Red Sox, in the early 20th century. They were led by Michael T. McGreevy, who owned a ...
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Abbotsford (Boston, Massachusetts)
Abbotsford, now the Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, is a historic house at 300 Walnut Avenue in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. The museum is dedicated to black visual arts herita...
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Copp's Hill Burying Ground
Copp's Hill Burying Ground is a historic cemetery in the North End of Boston, Massachusetts. Established in 1659, it was originally named "North Burying Ground", and was the city's second cemetery.
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Charlestown Mob
The Charlestown Mob was an Irish Mob group in Charlestown, which figured prominently in the history of Boston for much of the 20th century.The gang was headed by the McLaughlin brothers (Bernie, Geo...
Holy Cross Church, Boston
The Church of the Holy Cross (1803-ca.1862) (from 1808 the Cathedral of the Holy Cross), located on Franklin Street in Boston, Massachusetts and designed by Charles Bulfinch, was the first church buil...
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Boston Jewish Film Festival
The Boston Jewish Film Festival (BJFF) is a non-competitive annual festival that screens the best contemporary films on Jewish themes from around the world. The festival presents features, shorts, doc...
The Gobshites
The Gobshites are an American Celtic punk band from Boston, Massachusetts. Formed in 2002 by Peter Walsh, their music has been compared with the Pogues and Black 47, but with a twist: as well as takin...
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William Monroe Trotter House
The William Monroe Trotter House is a historic house at 97 Sawyer Avenue, atop Jones Hill in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston. It was the home of African-American journalist and civil rights act...
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Baker Street Jewish Cemeteries
The Baker Street Jewish Cemeteries are a group of 42 [1] Jewish cemeteries in use since the 1920s on Baker Street in the West Roxbury section of Boston. The cemeteries are located on land that once fo...
The Pilot (newspaper)
The Pilot is the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Boston and claims the title of "America's Oldest Catholic Newspaper", having been in continuous publication since its first issue on September...
New England Holocaust Memorial
The New England Holocaust Memorial is a memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. It is dedicated to the Jews who were killed in the Holocaust.
Designed by Stanley Saitowitz and erected in 1995, the memo...
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Boston African American National Historic Site
The Boston African American National Historic Site, in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts's Beacon Hill neighborhood, interprets 15 pre-Civil War structures relating to the history of Boston's 19th-ce...
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Moses Michael Hays
Moses Michael Hays (9 March 1739 – 9 May 1805) was an American banker, merchant, and philanthropist. As Boston's most prominent 18th-century Jewish citizen, Moses Michael Hays set a high standard for ...