Mount Hope Cemetery (Boston, Massachusetts)
Mount Hope Cemetery
|Location:||355 Walk Hill Street, Boston,Massachusetts|
|Added to NRHP:||September 25, 2009|
- Leonard Chadwick, Medal of Honor recipient.
- George Dixon, first Canadian and first black world boxing champion.
- Gottlieb Graupner, musician
- Roland Hayes, lyric tenor, first African American to sing at Carnegie Hall
- Michael "King" Kelly, Hall of Fame baseball player
- Susie Taylor, first African American to teach openly in a school for former slaves, first black Army nurse
- Theodore Dwight Weld, abolitionist
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- National Park Service: WEEKLY LIST OF ACTIONS TAKEN ON PROPERTIES: 9/21/09 THROUGH 9/25/09
- "Leonard B. Chadwick". Find A Grave.
- "George Dixon". Find A Grave.
- Catherine Graupner Stone, quoted in: Philip Hale, "The birth-date of Gottlieb Graupner", Boston Symphony Orchestra Programme for 29th season, 1909-1910 (Boston: The Orchestra, 1910)
- "Roland Hayes". Find A Grave.
- "Michael "King" Kelly". Find A Grave.
- "Susie King Taylor". Find A Grave.
- "Theodore Dwight Weld". Find A Grave.
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