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House on Galen and Maple Streets, built before 1768 by John Hunt, a selectman, and later known as Broad Tavern, kept by Nathaniel Broad. Theodore Parker boarded here and kept a private school here (or perhaps at the corner of Water Street) in 1832.
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“Broad Tavern,” Digital Commonwealth , accessed May 18, 2013, http://digitalcommonwealth.org/items/show/57164.