SOURCE: The Guardian
Hannah Duston, subject of the first publicly funded US monument to a woman, is implicated in the deaths of 10 Native Americans
SOURCE: Boston Globe
“He was great public servant," said former Governor Michael S. Dukakis.
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SOURCE: The Conversation
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