The Architect: Charles Bulfinch
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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