One Health: Sponsors
It's been said, "Freedom is never free." In 1958, the Freedom Trail was created to link historic sites in Boston. Today the Freedom Trail is a major attraction for thousands who freely follow the trail's red line connecting sixteen historic sites. Meeting sponsor levels pay homage to the Freedom Trail by recognizing three of its sites.
Bunker Hill Monument
At the north end of the Freedom Trail, the monument stands 221 feet tall at Breed’s Hill.
|Wolters Kluwer Health | UpToDate|
Paul Revere House
This house was built around 1680 and served as the home of silversmith Paul Revere from 1770 to 1800. Paul Revere is famous for his “midnight ride” to Lexington.
|The New England Journal of Medicine|
|Wolters Kluwer Health | Ovid|
The starting point of the Freedom Trail, Boston Common became our country’s first public park in 1634.
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