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Cedar Grove
 Cedar Grove Still Boasts Old-Time Charm

For the pdf version of this article by Anthony Sammarco published in the Dorchester Argus-Citizen, May 10, 1990, Click here

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Cedar Grove Civil War Monument Digital photograph Feb. 14, 2004 of Cedar Grove Cemetery Veterans Memorial Old Dorchester North Burying GroundJohn Foster headstone
John Foster GravestonePayson House, Cedar GroveCedar GroveDorchester South Burying Ground entrance
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Created: June 10, 2007   Modified: December 31, 2010