Historical Markers and War Memorials in Fitchburg, Massachusetts
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Near this spot, about the year 1730, the first settler of Fitchburg, David Page, built a garrison house in which he lived for several years.
Here in 1761 the first public house opened by Samuel Hunt. In this tavern were held, in 1764, . . . — — Map (db m132504) HM
erects this monument
in memory of her
brave sons who fell
and in honor of
all her loyal citizens who perilled
their lives in the great struggle
which secured the
unity of the Republic
freedom of an oppressed . . . — — Map (db m12264) HM
Honored admired and respected for his character ability and sportsmanship.
1956 Winter Olympics Italy speed skating
1956 Summer Olympics Australia cycling
Donated by friends and the people of Fitchburg — — Map (db m133488) HM
In twenty four years service in the National League of Baseball as player and manager, he won his way to the greatest heights, winning a pennant for Philadelphia in 1916 and a league pennant for Cincinnati in 1919. As a player, as a manager, as a . . . — — Map (db m132520) HM
This boulder carried by the last glacier from Mount Monadnock New Hampshire to the summit of the hill whose name commemorates it, was for centuries a land mark to Indian and settler. Threatened with destruction by quarrying operations, it was saved . . . — — Map (db m132501) HM
This monument erected by the city of Fitchburg to commemorate the valour and patriotism of the men who served in the war with Spain Philippine insurrection and China relief expedition1898-1902. Dedicated September 1,1924 under the auspices Guanica . . . — — Map (db m133358) WM
Near this spot, in 1775, stood the store of Ephraim Kimball. Here at 9 o’clock A.M., on the 19th of April, 1775, the alarm gun was fired a company of forty-two men, under Capt. Ebenezer Bridge, marched for Concord, where they arrived the . . . — — Map (db m132506) HM