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Called Christ Church in the 18th century; also known today as Christ Church in the City of Boston.
On if by land, two if by sea. On 18 April 1775 the church sexton, Robert Newman, using a code pre-arranged by Paul Revere, climbed the steeple and held two lanterns that signaled to colonists in Charleston that British Regulars were headed by sea to Concord to secure gunpowder and munitions that were stored there.
Part of the Freedom Trail™.