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Stephen Badlam, 1751-1815
Stephen Badlam was born on May 7, 1751, in Stoughton to Deacon Stephen Badlam and his wife Hannah whose children included Hannah, Eliza, Stephen and William. Deacon Stephen's wife Hannah died on March...
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Lower Mills Kneeling Soldier Monument and Plaque
The Kneeling Soldier monument was dedicated on September 26, 2004, when the plaque entitled "Not for Conquest But for Country" was re-installed honoring the members of the First Methodist Church who served...
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Lower Mills Historic District
Dorchester / Milton Lower Mills Industrial District Report prepared 1979 [Note: this reproduction of the information in the National Register Nomination Form may have typographical errors; therefore...
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National Register: Lower Mills Industrial District
Dorchester / Milton Lower Mills Industrial District Report prepared 1979 [Note: this reproduction of the information in the National Register Nomination Form may have typographical errors; therefore...
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National Register: Lower Mills Amendment
Dorchester/Milton Lower Mills Industrial District (2001 Amendment and Boundary Extension) Reported date 2001. [Note: this reproduction of the information in the National Register Nomination Form...
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Landmarks Description Lower Mills East
Lower Mills East AREA FORM from Boston Landmarks Commission prepared as part of 1994 Survey of Dorchester. Dated May, 1995 and recorded by Edward W. Gordon. [Note: this reproduction of the information...
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Landmarks Description Lower Mills West
Lower Mills West AREA FORM from Boston Landmarks Commission prepared as part of 1994 Survey of Dorchester. Dated May, 1995 and recorded by Edward W. Gordon. [Note: this reproduction of the information...
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Lower Mills World War II Monument
Lower Mills World War II monument located on the southeast corner of the intersection of Richmond Street and Dorchester Avenue.
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Tour of Lower Mills
You can click on the highlighted words below for a walking tour of Lower Mills. The file is large, so I suggest you try to access it only through a high-speed internet connection. To see the pdf...
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Irish Immigrants
Dorchester in the early nineteenth century was attracting numerous workers to the extensive industrial concerns along the Neponset River. For the pdf version of an article about Irish Immigrantion...
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