The crew of Hit and Run History hits the Massachusetts State House to reveal the role its designer played in the Columbia Expedition. Charles Bulfinch grew up privileged in British-occupied Boston during the Revolution. On a walking tour amidst the architecture of Bulfinch's Boston, Duane Lucia of the West End Museum tells how the budding architect visited Paris and brought back a global trading scheme after breaking bread with Thomas Jefferson.
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