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GHOSTS from page 10 tant one recognizes Chinatown’s hilly area is not as pronounced as it used to be. “There’s still some hill in there, but the Bertram boys really, really did a lot of work up there, pushing the hill down, making it solid by the marsh.” Then cottages were added. By his summation, Bernard concludes Chinatown is flatter, but in the 1800s it was ideal for native encampment.