Remembering the fallen on Boston Common
David Parsons visited the Boston Common memorial, which features one flag for each of the 37,000 Massachusetts residents who have died fighting for the country since the Revolution.
@wbz @WCVB @7News @boston25 @universalhub @BostonTweet Moving rendition of Taps earlier at the Mass Military Heroes flag garden on Boston Common. Hope everyone can take a moment today to remember the service members we have lost pic.twitter.com/gihn0II1AQ
— Chris (@SoxManiac1) May 30, 2022
@universalhub Just a few photos from a very nice day at the Common. 2nd try because I messed up the first one. pic.twitter.com/IKwxeu50uY
— Chris Ferry (@ChrisF9800) May 30, 2022
Also see: Solemn ceremony marks Memorial Day at Dot's Vietnam War monument.
Photo copyright David Parsons. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.
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That's one flag for each of the 37,000 residents, rather than one flag for all of them.
one flag in front of state house...
represents all. today we remember each.
How did they arrive at that
How did they arrive at that number? Where did the data come from?