Boston's Best Feuds

Boston's Best Feuds
Boston's Best Feuds
By Francis Storrs, Illustrations by Joe Ciardiello
We've been fighters from the start. Boston was founded on a handshake in 1630 when hermit William Blackstone invited the Puritans to live near him. Pretty soon they start arguing over religion; next thing you know, Blackstone gets his house burned down. He leaves town, the Puritans stay. Four centuries on, we're still prone to a good scrap. Here, our take on the Hub's 12 greatest brawls. You got a problem with that?

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