Watertown Monuments and Historical Markers
Items in the Watertown Monuments and Historical Markers Collection
Looking west on the Charles River to the Galen Street bridge, 1906, just prior to the bridge being demolition. Move to Charles River Collection.
Dedication plaque at Victory Field from 1922, in honor of all who fought in World War I. Duplicate of figure 5035 Line # 867.
Marker commemorating ambush of Capt. Richard Beers and his men near Northfield Sept. 4, 1675. illed near Nothfield by Indians Sept. 4, 1675. Richard Beers was admitted freeman at Watertown, March 9, 1637, was granted a license to "keep an ordinary"…
Women's Christian Temperance Union Fountain, 1909 (whereabouts unknown). The Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) was the first mass organization among women devoted to social reform. Originally organized on December 23, 1873, in Hillsboro,…
Bronze bas relief by Henry Kitson depicting the landing of Roger Clap in 1630. Unveiled in 1931 to commemorate the founding of Watertown. See Founders' Monument.
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