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Search results: Sammarco, Civil War, Lyceum Hall, Nathaniel Hall, Benjamin Cushing, William Taylor Adams
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Soldiers' Monument Civil War Monument
The Soldiers Monument (Civil War commemoration) was erected in 1867 by the Pickwick Club. The Soldiers' Monument lists the names of those who fell in the service of their country during the Civil War....
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Nathaniel Hall, 1805-1875
Minister of the First Church from 1835 through 1875.
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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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Dorchester in the Civil War
Fort Sumter fell before the guns of the rebels on the 14th day of April, 1861. The news of the event startled the men of the North and aroused them into action. Among the first to concert measures to...
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Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) Annual Encampment, 1892
G.A.R. Annual Encampment 1892 The Benjamin Stone Jr., Post No. 68, Department of Mass., G.A.R. decided to participate in the twenty-sixth annual encampment of the G.A.R. to be held in Washington, D.C....
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La Belle Chocolatiere
La Belle Chocolatiere: An Old Trademark Garners New Attention By Anthony M. Sammarco in Dorchester Community News February 21, 2003 In the accompanying photograph, ?Demonstrators,? or women...
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Cedar Grove Civil War Monument
Cedar Grove Cemetery Civil War Monument.
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Elida Rumsey Fowle
For a pdf version of an article on Elida Rumsey Fowle by Anthony Sammarco published in the Dorchester Community News on July 10, 1992, Click here. For...
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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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"Golf's Journey from Scotland to Franklin Park" For the pdf version of this article by Anthony Sammarco published in the Dorchester Community News, Sept. 23, 1994, Click...
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