Dr. Joseph Warren (1741-1775); educated at the Roxbury Latin Grammar School and Harvard College. Following his graduation he returned to the Roxbury Latin Grammar School where he taught for a year, before completing his medical degree at Harvard College. He was a successful physician and out-spoken political figure in Boston from 1765-1775. He was a most gifted orator and twice (1772 and 1775) delivered the address which commemorated the Boston Massacre. Dr. Warren died at the battle of Bunker Hill in 1775. The statue above, located at the Bunker Hill Monument museum, depicts him in the pose of Roman orator. He was often compared to Cicero for his oratorical skills.