Monuments -- Watertown -- Massachusetts.; Memorials -- Watertown -- Massachusetts.; Historical societies -- Massachusetts -- Watertown.; Historic sites -- Watertown -- Massachusetts.; Watertown (Mass.) -- Social life and customs.; Fowle, Edmund --1747-1821.; Brigham, Charles -- 1841-1925.; Carnes, William W. -- 1905-1991;
Bronze plaque on the Fowle House on Marshall Street, where Marshall Fowle was born and lived all his life, inscribed, "The Fowler House. During the British occupation of Boston, the seat of government of Massachusetts was in Watertown. In this house met committees of the Second and Third Provincial Congresses from April 22, 1775 to July 19, 1775 and the Executive Council from July 19, 1775 to September 16, 1776." The house was owned by descendants of Edmund Fowle until it was purchased in 1871 by the architect Charles Brigham, who, with his partner Sturgis moved the house onto Marshall Street, which he had laid out, dividing the balance of the 3
Carnes, William W.
Watertown Free Public Library
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Carnes, William W. , “Provincial Congresses.,” Digital Commonwealth , accessed December 13, 2013, http://digitalcommonwealth.org/items/show/53556.