Massachusetts

Massachusetts

Massachusetts is a U. S. state in New England known for its significant Colonial history. In Boston, its capital, the Freedom Trail is a walking route of sites related to the American Revolution. These include the Bunker Hill Monument, commemorating the war's first major battle in 1775. The city is also home to the Museum of Fine Arts and other notable institutions. The Red Sox pro baseball team plays at Fenway Park.

People died in Massachusetts (First 48 people) - Page 0

Elizabeth Carter Brooks

Elizabeth Carter Brooks

American educator

John L. Sullivan

John L. Sullivan

American boxer

Antonio Gattorno

Antonio Gattorno

Cuban painter

Earl Seibert

Earl Seibert

Ice hockey player

Rita Hester

Rita Hester

Charles H. Matchett

Charles H. Matchett

American Politician

Tom Sutton

Tom Sutton

American comic book artist

Nathaniel Currier

Nathaniel Currier

American lithographer

Leon Chagnon

Leon Chagnon

Baseball player

Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson

American poet

James Tate

James Tate

American poet

lynn margulis

lynn margulis

American biologist

Andrew Salkey

Andrew Salkey

Novelist

D. Gale Johnson

D. Gale Johnson

American economist

Agha Shahid Ali

Agha Shahid Ali

American-Indian poet

William James Beal

William James Beal

American botanist

William Smith Clark

William Smith Clark

American professor

Howard R. Garis

Howard R. Garis

American author

Ray Stannard Baker

Ray Stannard Baker

American journalist

Arthur Lithgow

Arthur Lithgow

American-Dominican actor

Edward Tuckerman

Edward Tuckerman

American botanist

Herbert Baxter Adams

Herbert Baxter Adams

American historian

George W. Snedecor

George W. Snedecor

American mathematical statistician

Julius Hawley Seelye

Julius Hawley Seelye

Former United States Representative

Zephaniah Swift Moore

Zephaniah Swift Moore

Kenyon L. Butterfield

Kenyon L. Butterfield

William Austin Dickinson

William Austin Dickinson

Lawyer

Susan Huntington Gilbert Dickinson

Susan Huntington Gilbert Dickinson

Writer

Lavinia Norcross Dickinson

Lavinia Norcross Dickinson

American poet

Edward Hitchcock

Edward Hitchcock

American geologist

Robert Latou Dickinson

Robert Latou Dickinson

Illustrator

Lynne Rudder Baker

Lynne Rudder Baker

American philosopher

Henry Steele Commager

Henry Steele Commager

American historian

Benjamin Kendall Emerson

Benjamin Kendall Emerson

American geologist

Horace Clarence Boyer

Horace Clarence Boyer

Scholar

Levi Stockbridge

Levi Stockbridge

Farmer

Peter H. Rossi

Peter H. Rossi

Sociologist

Richard Voliva

Richard Voliva

American olympic athlete

Sarah Dreher

Sarah Dreher

American novelist

Bruce MacCombie

Bruce MacCombie

American composer

William Seymour Tyler

William Seymour Tyler

Historian

Howard Roger Garis

Howard Roger Garis

American author

William P. Brooks

William P. Brooks

Frederick Irving

Frederick Irving

Former Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs of the United States

Charles H. Fernald

Charles H. Fernald

American geologist

Charles Anthony Goessmann

Charles Anthony Goessmann

German chemist

Charlotte Turgeon

Charlotte Turgeon

American chef

Frederick Tillis

Frederick Tillis

American composer

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