Whatever the reason, Burton was committed enough to leave tiny Bunker Hill to seek out her beau.
Of that, $494 million was allocated to clean the Bunker Hill site in Idaho.
The boy received a serious wound at Bunker Hill, but no sooner had he recovered than he rejoined the Continental forces.
His latest book is Bunker Hill: A City, a Siege, a Revolution.
As well soil the glory of Lexington or Bunker Hill by brooding over the pangs of those who were its victims.
Bunker Hill itself was named after a knoll in county Antrim.
After Bunker Hill spasmodic declarations of independence were made here and there by local bodies.
In the nave of the cathedral are two English battle-flags that were at Bunker Hill.
A great confederacy had sprung from the blood of Bunker Hill.
He sustained us at Bunker Hill, and we should have held it if our powder had not given out.
battle site in Massachusetts, U.S., was land assigned in 1634 to George Bunker, who came from the vicinity of Bedford, England. The name dates from 1229, as Bonquer and is from Old French bon quer "good heart."