Boston's Historic Places*
|Number of Properties|
|Baker Congregational Church||760 Saratoga Street||NRIND||11/19/1998||1|
|Eagle Hill Historic District||East Boston roughly bounded by Border, Lexington, Trenton and Falcon Streets||NRDIS||02/26/1998||488|
|Donald McKay House||EB 78-80 White Street||LL||05/10/1977||2|
|Princeton Street Architectural Conservation District||39-41 Princeton Street||LHD||05/08/1991||2|
|Street Clock||9 Chelsea Street||LL||11/01/1983||1|
|Trinity Neighborhood House||406 Meridian Street||LL||06/23/1981||2|
|Old East Boston High School (Barnes School)||127 Marion Street|
|Bennington Street Burial Ground||Bennington Street|
|*Source: State Register of Historic Places, 2006|
|Secretary of State, Commonwealth of Massachusetts|
Preservation Restriction: includes properties of local,
state and/or national significance; restrictions run with
the deed in perpetuity or for a specified number of
years. If there is an expiration date, it will be
indicated below the PR date.
In the case of the Baker Congregational Church and the Trinity House are listed without expiration dates.
|NRDIS: National Register District: designated by federal Department of the Interior|
|NRIND: National Register Individual Property; designated by federal Department of the Interior|
|LL: Local Landmark includes properties of local, state and/or national significance designated by local governments.|
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