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Boston is the Capital of MA. Located on the Eastern sea coast and possibly the busiest freight harbor short of the NY area. The size and the shape of this harbor, (was once the delta of the Charles river,)  has contributed to the growth of the city of Boston in 
BM_4996 Boston Harbour   BM_5787 Boston
 
BM_5794 Protesters BM_5807 Train Depot BM_5870 Mark Twain
Constructed from Lego's
many ways. Manufacturing of durable goods was its main product replaced by an electronic industry second to none.
Hartford, the capital of Connecticut is the home of the Insurance industry and the home of the Mark Twain Museum.
 
 BM-6D_1148 Home of the Bruines  Note, Museum management prohibits Twain related photo-graphy, hence any and BM_5839 Honest 
This unique home (build with two tone red brick) is located on Farmington Ave. and one can visit it on a daily basis where one can admire many of the personal items on display of this prolific and honored writer.  
BM_5846-Gold domed building all showing here are not and can not be offered for further processing. BM_5873-Mark Twain Home, Back Elevation. Hartford, Conn.
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