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First Paper, Playing Cards in US
 To view the pdf version of an article by Anthony Sammarco entitled "First Paper, Playing Cards in US Were Made in Lower MIlls/Neponset River Industrial Complex," published in Dorchester Community News, 5 January 1996, Click here .



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Here are some images from the Atheneum archive related to this topic. Click on any of these images to open a slideshow of all 181 images.
Bridge at Lower MillsNeponset RiverNeponset nativeMill stone from Stoughton's mill
Map showing Minot House 1874Geo. Haynes & Son Advertiesment 1868Stearns Lumberyard bronze medalNeponset River Water Front
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Created: February 18, 2008   Modified: February 20, 2008