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Exterior view of the Boardman House, with three people next to the Tercentenary historical marker, Saugus, Mass., undated

PC006.BOA.01.006 (RS17211)

Description

The number 7 appears on the doorway. The Massachusetts Bay Colony Tercentenary historical marker reads: "The Scotch House. Erected in 1615 or 1651 by the Undertakers of the Iron Works in Lyn (Saugus) to house the Scotch prisoners captured at the Battle of Dunbar and sold into seven years' service in New England as indentured servants (Howard Street)."

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Details

Collection Name
Historic New England properties photographic collection
Collection Code
PC006
Collection Type
Photographs
Description Level
Item
Additional Identification Number
DigitalID: boa00006
Other identifier: HNEDID-boa00006
GUSN
199057
Reference Code
PC006.BOA.01.006

Record details

Descriptive Terms
exterior views
Material Type
photographs
Subjects
Architectural photography
Historic New England properties
Places (Buildings)
Boardman House (Saugus, Mass.)
Publications Referencing This Collection
(1930). Historical markers erected by Massachusetts bay colony tercentenary commission; text of inscriptions as revised by Samuel Eliot Morison ... with a foreword by Charles Knowles Bolton .... The Commonwealth of Massachusetts,.

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