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Annual report of the Cemetery Department of the City of Boston for the fiscal year ... .

Corporate Author: Boston (Mass.).
Language(s): English
Published: Boston : Municipal Printing Office.
Subjects: Granary Burying Ground (Boston, Mass.)
Boston (Mass.). > Cemetery Dept. > Periodicals.
Epitaphs > Massachusetts > Boston.
Cemeteries > Massachusetts > Boston.
Eustis Street Cemetery (Roxbury, Boston, Mass.)
Copp's Hill Burial Ground (Boston, Mass.)
Dorchester North Burying Ground, Dorchester (Boston, Mass.)
Boston (Mass.) > Genealogy.
Note: Some reports contain historical sketches of individual cemeteries: 1900-1901. Copp's Hill Burial-Ground -- 1901-1902. Granary Burial-Ground -- 1902-1903. King's Chapel Burying Ground -- 1903-1904. Eustis Street Burying Ground.
Title page for 1904-1905: Annual report of the Cemetery Department of the City of Boston for the fiscal year 1904-1905 and a historical sketch of the first burying ground in Dorchester (Dorchester North Burying Ground).
Description based on report for 1897-1898.
Physical Description: v. : ill., maps. ; 25 cm.
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