Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was one of the most famous writers and educators in Boston during the 19th century. His works and life are part of the city’s charm with places related to him being found everywhere from Beacon Hill to Harvard College. One of the most interesting of these places is the Longfellow National Historical Site or “Craigie House.” This is where Longfellow spent his life after his marriage to Fanny Appleton until his death. It also headquartered George Washington for a short while during the American Revolution "
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