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G Force

Islands rich with history

(Shelby Larsson/Union Park Press)
By June Wulff
Globe Staff / March 27, 2012
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G Force interview with Christopher Klein, author of “Boston Harbor Islands’’

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If You Go

WHO
Christopher Klein
WHAT
Klein is the author of the new book, “Discovering the Boston Harbor Islands.’’ The islands today are primarily recreational destinations, but they were once used for boxing matches, gambling, opium parties, hospitals, asylums, poorhouses, prisons, immigration stations, and garbage dumps.
WHERE
Klein, who lives in Andover, will be at the Old South Meeting House Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.