Dorchester Illustration no. 2272 Milton Station Car Barn
The Milton Station car barn was located at approximately 2262 Dorchester, where a Boston Housing Authority high-rise now stands near Lower Mills.
Postcard. Caption on front: Milton Station Car Barn, Dorchester, Mass. Postmarked...
Dorchester Illustration no. 2271 Sally Baker House, Savin Hill
Sally Baker lived on Savin Hill Avenue, the part of Savin Hill Avenue that circles the north side of the Hill, nearly opposite Savin Hill Court.
Sarah Baker was a member of the First Methodist Episcopal Church near Lower Mills...
Dorchester Illustration no. 2270 Unitarian Church in Lower Mills
Dorchester's third church society was formed as a result of disagreement at Second Church in Codman Square.
In the Boston area in the early 1800s ministers would routinely trade parishes to give congregations the opportunity...
The Dorchester House Tour is back - come to see Ashmont Hill as it is today on Sunday, June 12th. Visit a dozen delightful homes and carriage houses on Ashmont Hill. Talk with their owners about the ways they have preserved, restored, and transformed their 19th century homes for 21st century living Also tour the historic 1892 Parish of All Saints, Ashmont, to see the award-winning restoration of this landmark church.
Come to the Dorchester House Tour, Sunday, June 12th and save by...
2 pm, Sunday, May 15th at 195 Boston Street, Dorchester, MA 02125
The Dorchester Historical Society's program for May is a talk by Joe Bagley, the city archaeologist, and his new book The History of Boston in 50 Artifacts. Joe highlights a fascinating hodge-podge of history--from ancient fishing grounds to Jazz Age red-light districts--and demonstrates how these objects offer a unique and accessible introduction to Boston's history and physical culture.
The Society will take a few...