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Look for the one showing Father Time wrestling with Death.
Stroll across the Common's green slopes, and you'll be tracing the footsteps of Boston's first Puritan settlers.
You'll walk past areas where Colonial militias trained, where public hangings took place over the span of 3 centuries, and where British troops camped out before heading to Concord on the first day of the American Revolution.
At the edge of the Common next to Beacon Street, spend a few moments at Augustus Saint-Gaudens' magnificent memorial to Robert Gould Shaw and the Massachusetts Fifty-Fourth Regiment, one of the first official African-American units to fight on the side of the United States during the Civil War.
More about Granary Burying Ground Boston's Puritans fled England to escape religious persecution.
Not surprisingly, Church of England religious services were banned in Boston.
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More about Boston Common Before you leave the Common, walk over the the Visitor Information Center (147 Tremont Street), and pick up a free National Park Service map of the Freedom Trail and Black Heritage Trail.