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Edward Everett Square
 Local Square Named for Famous 19th Century Orator, Politician
by Anthony Sammarco

Edward Everett Square was named in honor of one of Dorchester's most respected citizens, a man who served as the governor of Massachusetts and as a U.S. Senator.

Article published in Dorchester Community News 26 January 1990

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