Tracing the 1630s English Puritans from Charlestown to founding Boston

Join the group lead by an experienced guide and learn about the summer of 1630, when a small group of English Puritans set foot in Charlestown and then moved across the bay to establish the settlement which they named “Boston.”
For them – not for the Native Americans who lived in the area  – it was a wilderness, a land unknown.
You’ll follow in the footsteps of their footsteps by taking the free walking tour of the the places where they settled.
SPONSORED BY The Partnership of Historic Boston

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