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Boston Tidbits


In 1630, some English Puritans who were fleeing religious persecution established the settlement of Boston. Also in 1630, a fleet of 11 ships that carried some 700 people sailed to Massachusetts from England. Their leader was a man named John Winthrop.

The first place that these pioneers settled was at Charlestown, which had been established in 1629. However, there was a short supply of fresh water and the majority of the new pioneers relocated across the river to a peninsula known as Trimountaine. This new settlement was named Boston in 1630 after Boston in England from which many of the pioneers had arrived from.

The Puritans wanted to establish a good example of a Godly society for the whole world to see. However, they established a settlement that was just as intolerant as the one they had left. Although the Puritans persecuted the Quakers although they arrived in America fleeing their own religious persecution.

However, the new settlement thrived. The first sailing vessel that was constructed in America was launched from Boston in 1631, and soon the shipbuilding industry was flourishing. There was also a thriving fishing and whaling industry.

The first American public school, known as the Boston Latin School opened in 1635. In 1636 another college named Harvard was established. The first coffeehouse opened in Boston 1n 1676. In it, professional men and merchants could meet and chat over a cup of coffee.

By then, the population of Boston was approximately 4,000 people and was a thriving community. In spite of the outbreaks of smallpox, this increase in population occurred. This dreaded disease often killed numerous people every time it struck. The people who survived could be left disfigured by pockmarks or blind. There were outbreaks of smallpox in Boston in 1690, 1680, 1677, 1660, and 1640.

There was an end to independence from the crown and Puritan rule that was brought about in 1684 by revoking of the charter of the Massachusetts Bay Colony charter.

By 1730, the population of Boston had increased to more than 13,000 people. In addition, the industries in Boston were flourishing. In 1710, the Long Wharf was constructed and, in 1717, the Boston Light was constructed. However, in 1735, the first poorhouse opened while the industries in Boston were thriving.

In the meantime, in 1713, the Old State House was constructed and in 1723, the Old North Church was constructed. In 1729, the Old South Meeting House was constructed, and 1742, Faneuil Hall was constructed.

The tension increased between the colonists and the British during the late 1700's. Some British soldiers were stationed in Boston in 1768. The Boston Massacre occurred in 1770 although, there are different versions of exactly what happened. However, a group of soldiers that were stationed by the Custom House in Boston during the evening were doing nothing inparticular, when some local people started taunting them and throwing snowballs. Someone threw a wooden stick at a soldier whose name was Hugh Montgomery and he fell to the ground as the result, according to witnesses. Then, Montgomery then fired at the crowd. Someone exclaimed fire, according to some witnesses. Then the other soldiers all fired. fired. In all six colonists were injured and five colonists were killed, In the aftermath, eight soldiers were tried. However, only two were found guilty of manslaughter and red hot irons were used to brand their thumbs.

The British East India Company sent tea to the colonies in America colonies for them to sell in 1773. Three ships having 298 chests of tea were sent to Boston. However, Boston was a hub for resistance to the British. Men who were dressed as native Indians boarded the ship and threw the tea overboard in 1773.

The American forces encircled the British troops in Boston after the Battle of Lexington. The British attempted to lift the siege in 1775. On Breed's Hill, they sent troops to attack the Americans over the River Charles. Although the Americans retreated after the third attack, two attacks were beaten off, However, in 1776, the British withdrew from Boston.

Boston continued to grow and flourish at the end of the 1700's. In 1796, the Harrison Gray Otis House was constructed. The house was designed by the famous architect named Charles Bulfinch. In 1798, he also designed Massachusetts State House. In 1804, Mr. Bulfinch also designed St Stephens Church.

Boston continued to grow during the 1800's. The population of Boston had increased to approximately 43,000 people by 1820. Also during this time period, numerous famous buildings were constructed in Boston. In 1806, the African Meeting House was completed. In 1810, the Park Street Church was completed. In 1820, St. Pauls' Cathedral was completed. In 1847, the Boston Custom House was constructed. In 1915, the tower was added. In 1877, the Trinity Church was constructed.