Just south of Boston and embracing the coastline, Quincy has been home to two American presidents, one of the country's most important World War II shipbuilding firms and the first operational railroad in American history. Quincy granite is renowned the world over, used in such iconic landmarks as the Women's Memorial to the Titanic victims in Washington, D.C
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About the Author
Donald Cann is a ranger for the National Park Service's Boston Harbor Islands and the coauthor of ten books with John Galluzzo. John is a historian, naturalist, newspaper and magazine columnist and the author of more than 25 more titles on the history and nature of the region. Together they travel throughout New England lecturing on the region's fantastic history.