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The Freedom Trail Foundation

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The Freedom Trail Foundation

99 Chauncy Street

Boston, Massachusetts,02111

United States

Company Description

Established in 1964, the Freedom Trail Foundation's mission is to market and help preserve the Trail and the 16 sites of the Freedom Trail. The Foundation promotes the Trail and the sites through its varied tours and extensive tour schedule, educational progra...more

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The Freedom Trail Foundation

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Barzillai Lew
Born in 1743 to Primus and Margaret Lew in Groton, Barzillai, an African American, was described as "big and strong with an extraordinary talent as a musician. With wages from his military service, Barzillai and Dinah purchased a large tract of farmland on the far side of the Merrimack River. They built a house near Varnum Avenue and Totman Road. As active members of the community, he and his wife served as musicians at the Pawtucket Society Church on Mammoth Road, which in 1832 organized the first anti-slavery meeting in Lowell.


The Freedom Trail Foundation

www.thefreedomtrail.org [cached]

Barzillai Lew
Barzillai Lew Born in 1743 to Primus and Margaret Lew in Groton, Barzillai, an African American, was described as "big and strong with an extraordinary talent as a musician. With wages from his military service, Barzillai and Dinah purchased a large tract of farmland on the far side of the Merrimack River. hey built a house near Varnum Avenue and Totman Road. As active members of the community, he and his wife served as musicians at the Pawtucket Society Church on Mammoth Road, which in 1832 organized the first anti-slavery meeting in Lowell.


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