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Bradstreet Historical Sites in New Eng.
Posted by: Dawn Bradstreet Date: March 26, 2001 at 11:23:35
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I am wondering if anyone has been to New England to see the historical sites? I live in Lexington and I have been site seeing. I am interested in the Bradstreet sites. I went up to Salem to Simons grave, I went to Ipswich to the place of Simon and Anne's house (which is no long there but it's marked with a plaque). I've been to Harvard Square to see where Simon and Anne lived there along with Thomas Dudley who lived around the corner from them. I was sadden to see the that they removed the plaque stating where the great poetess and the Gov. lived. There is now a large store (Abercrombie and Fitch) where there house had once been. Hopefully with letters to the commissioner of the Historical Society in Cambrige they will put it back up. Has anyone seen this? Do you know of other sites that I would be interested in? Thank you.


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