Patriots' Day

A look at our Revolutionary Landscapes

Since even before the inception of KZLA, our staff has been working with landscapes related to America’s War for Independence. With more than 20 landscapes and nearly 30 projects around the greater Boston region and throughout the northeast, we have been involved in documenting, rehabilitating, interpreting, and designing for the region’s historic Revolutionary landscapes. Most prominently, KZLA staff have rehabilitated four of George Washington’s headquarter sites and several related to the Siege of Boston.

An Evolving Landscape

Revolutionary Sites:

 

  • Dorchester Heights National Historical Park (2014-2015, 2019-2020) : Boston, Massachusetts

  • Prospect Hill Park (2018-2020) : Somerville, Massachusetts

  • Longfellow-Washington HQ National Historic Site (2017-2018) : Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • Minute Man National Historic Park (1998-Present) : Concord, Lincoln, and Lexington, Massachusetts

  • Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston National Historical Park (2017-2018) : Charlestown, Massachusetts

  • Fort Pickering (2014-2017) : Salem, Massachusetts

  • Lexington Battle Green (2017-Present) : Lexington, Massachusetts

  • Winthrop Square "Training Field" (2015-2016) : Charlestown, Massachusetts

  • Valley Forge National Historical Park Master Plan (2009-2010) : King of Prussia, Pennsylvania

  • Boston Common Master Plan (2019-Present) : Boston, Massachusetts

  • Fort Stanwix (2006) : Rome, New York

  • Dey Mansion (2006) : Passaic County, New Jersey

  • Washington's HQ/ New Windsor Cantonment (2001) : Newburgh, New York

  • Washington HQ/ Rockingham House : New Jersey

  • Bunker Hill Monument : Boston, Massachusetts

  • Bunker Hill Burying Ground (2017-2018) : Charlestown, Massachusetts

  • Granary Burying Ground (2015) : Boston, Massachusetts

  • Paul Revere Mall (2015-2019) : Boston, Massachusetts

  • Adams National Historical Park (2015) : Quincy, Massachusetts

  • Eliot Burying Ground : Roxbury, Massachusetts

  • Dorchester North Burying Ground : Dorchester, Massachusetts

  • Stone's Bridge : Wayland, Massachusetts