Amazing facts about Bunker Hill

Kageleiry, James; Schultz, Christine
June 1993
Yankee;Jun93, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p23
Presents facts about Bunker Hill. British attack against an Army of Americans from entrenchments on nearby Breed's Hill; Dedication of the 221-foot granite obelisk by Daniel Webster 1n 1843; Celebration of hack holiday in Suffolk County, Massachusetts, home of the Charlestown where the battle was fought.


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