Boston Harbor

Boston Harbor is a natural harbor and estuary of Massachusetts Bay, and is located adjacent to the city of Boston, Massachusetts. It is home to the Port of Boston, a major shipping facility in the northeast.

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Long Island (Massachusetts) - History - Development of The Modern Fort Strong
... Coast Artillery forts planned to defend Boston Harbor ... Long Island Head was centrally situated in Boston Harbor, and the six 10-inch guns of Batteries Hitchcock and Ward (later reduced to five) had an effective range of roughly seven miles ... all the submarine mines that protected the southern approaches to Boston Harbor ...
Deer Island Waste Water Treatment Plant
... Resources Authority is located on Deer Island, one of the Boston Harbor Islands in Boston Harbor ... is a key part of the program to protect Boston Harbor against pollution from sewer systems in eastern Massachusetts, mandated by a 1984 federal court ruling by Judge Paul G ...
Boston Harbor, Washington - Location
... Boston Harbor is a formerly rural area that has now become an affluent exurb of Olympia, Washington ... The area is also home to the Boston Harbor Marina, and sits near Priest Point Park and Burfoot Park ... have attended the formerly independent Boston Harbor School since the early 1900s, now part of the Olympia School District ...
The Boston Harbor Association
... The Boston Harbor Association (TBHA) is a harbor advocacy group in Boston, Massachusetts ... "to promote a clean, alive, and accessible Boston Harbor" through environmental protection programs and harbor activities, as well as providing public access to the harbor through the HarborWalk ...
Luna (tugboat) - Operational History - Boston Harbor
... was delivered to the Mystic Steamship Company of Boston as the first diesel-powered tug in their fleet ... tugs in the Mystic Steamship fleet - commercially known as the Boston Towboat Company - were powered by coal and oil-fired boilers and steam engines ... Company could trace its roots to the Boston Towboat Company, which had been founded by Boston's maritime executives to assure salvage, icebreaking, and ship towing services in 1857 ...

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