Atlantic Avenue, York Street, and Pleasant Street.
veteran, Sampson Pompey, once owned 3 Atlantic Avenue. The original design
of this house was very similar to the original design of 47 Pleasant
Street. The house of Seneca Boston (b. 1744), a weaver and Captain Boston’s
father, is at 5 Atlantic Avenue. These houses are now privately owned and
not open to the public.
Up the hill,
at the southeast corner of West York Lane and York Street, is the site
of the Zion Church, founded in 1835, where Arthur Cooper (see
Site 7) served.
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