In the early 1900s, this marker was placed on the Revere-Chelsea line to commemorate the long-forgotten Battle of Chelsea Creek. State archaeologists hope to bring the battle into its proper and prominent place in history, rather than being a forgotten footnote – as it is treated in so many historical accounts today.

July 22, 2009
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In the early 1900s, this marker was placed on the Revere-Chelsea line to commemorate the long-forgotten Battle of Chelsea Creek. State archaeologists hope to bring the battle into its proper and prominent place in history, rather than being a forgotten footnote - as it is treated in so many historical accounts today.

In the early 1900s, this marker was placed on the Revere-Chelsea line to commemorate the long-forgotten Battle of Chelsea Creek. State archaeologists hope to bring the battle into its proper and prominent place in history, rather than being a forgotten footnote – as it is treated in so many historical accounts today.

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