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In your face, short on resources -- the Bunker Hill Monument, like the 1775 battle it recalls, has a history of hanging tough. Now crews are scaling its heights to keep it from crumbling.

By David Abel
Globe Staff / June 11, 2006

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At 200 feet above the city, with briny winds howling off the harbor, Russ Burtt crawls out a small window and plops on a thin plank of plywood -- outside the granite pyramid atop the Bunker Hill Monument. (Full article: 1202 words)

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