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However,there are federal records for federal agencies that are almost impossibleto access freely or obtain cost effectively: the Bureau of Land Managementamong others who's records you have to ask them to get for you so you mustknow exactly what you are looking for; and are unable to research all copiesof their records freely. The seizure of a powder store by the British led four thousand men from all around Boston to assemble in Cambridge, where some of the wealthy officials had their sumptuous homes.

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