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[View of Boston] / J. Turner.

[View of Boston] / J. Turner.

Print shows bird's-eye view of Boston, Massachusetts, with view of Native hunting and a palm tree in the foreground.

[Title page of "The Independent Advertiser, Boston, May 22, 1749"]

[Title page of "The Independent Advertiser, Boston, May 22, 1749"]

Illus. of Brittania? cutting string, releasing bird to fly over water; text is "a recapitulation of the affairs of Europe for the year 1748".

A view of the City of Boston the capital of New England, in North America / drawn on the spot by his excellency Governor Pownal.

A view of the City of Boston the capital of New England, in North Amer...

Print shows view of Boston, Massachusetts, from Cambridge looking across the Charles River; a shortened view with reduced skyline.

[Four coffins of men killed in the Boston Massacre]

[Four coffins of men killed in the Boston Massacre]

Print shows section of newspaper column with illustration of four coffins bearing skull and crossbones and the initials of those killed: Samuel Gray, Samuel Maverick, James Caldwell, and Crispus Attucks.

The massacre perpetrated in King Street Boston on March 5th 1770, ...

The massacre perpetrated in King Street Boston on March 5th 1770, ...

Print shows British troops firing on citizens in Boston.

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