Collaboration between the Colonial Society of Massachusetts and ESU Boston produced a wonderful event!
The evening took place on Dec 19 at the beautiful town house on Beacon Hill of the Colonial Society.
Nathaniel Philbrick spoke wisely, lucidly and with great passion on not only the substance and story-line of Bunker Hill: A City, A Siege, A Revolution, but also on the research and great amount of interviewing that took place providing the historical anecdotes and insights, and novel-like presentation of the material. We had a splendid turnout of our members at this afternoon event and our members demonstrated great enthusiasm for the subject matter and for Philbrick's presentation, after trudging through snow and ice to make the event.
l-r Caroline Case, David Case, Nathaniel Philbrick,
Paul T Boghosian, Peter Ames, Ghia Truesdale
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