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THE NEW BOSTON

The new Bostonians

The faces of the city have changed dramatically in recent years. Once predominantly Yankee and Irish, a majority of the city is now nonwhite. Once provincial, it is now polyglot.

By Monica Rhor
Globe Staff / July 26, 2004

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From Boston Common to Bunker Hill, the red line known as the Freedom Trail weaves along 2 miles of pockmarked pavement and crooked cobblestone, past Paul Revere's house to the Old North Church, from a meetinghouse where revolutionary rallying cries first echoed to open fields where British forces once marched. The monuments and markers pay tribute to the old Boston, ... (Full Article: 2270 Words)

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