Charlestown

[chahrlz-toun]
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noun

a former city in E Massachusetts: since 1874 a part of Boston; navy yard; battle of Bunker Hill June 17, 1775.

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  • Families would move to Charlestown to be closer to the incarcerated, creating a cycle of crime.

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Historical Examples of charlestown