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Beacon Hill, one of the oldest and most picturesque neighborhoods in the United States has some of the most cramped confines in Boston.
In September 1630 the Puritans landed on the Shawmut Peninsula, named by the Wampanoag tribes who were living there. Located to the west and looming over the Puritan settlement of Trimountaine, Boston’s most notable hill was originally the largest of three peaks that comprised the Trimountain, Tri-mount or Tremont. A beacon on Sentry Hill was erected in 1634 and the cow path that crossed it’s peak was officially laid out and renamed Beacon Street in 1708. Sentry hill was renamed Beacon Hill shortly thereafter. A monument behind the State House marks the original location of that beacon. The original Beacon which topped the hill reached to about the height of the State House!