BunkHillHistoricalSearch the Historical Boston Herald for stories about Bunker Hill!

Explore, learn, and cultivate an understanding of the Revolutionary Era!


Are you in a book group that is reading Philbrick’s Bunker Hill? Feel free to share this list of book discussion questions prepared by the Belmont Public Library staff with contributions from Eric Smith.


View a list of Revolutionary War sites in Boston, Cambridge, Concord, and other pivotal places in Massachusetts.


Non Fiction

African Americans in the Revolutionary EraNon Fiction Books Relating to the Revolutionary War

Historical Fiction

Historical Fiction Set in the Revolutionary War Period


Films about the Revolutionary War

Children’s ReadingBunker Hill Companion List


The Massachusetts Historical Society holds many original documents. Take a look at what they’ve digitized from The Battle of Bunker Hill.

Visit the Library of Congress collection of Pictorial Americana documenting the American Revolution.

Destruction of tea at Boston Harbor

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