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Search results: Sammarco, Edward Everett Square
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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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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
"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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Rose Kennedy
"Rose Kennedy, 102: A Life for Family, Community and Country." For the pdf version of this article by Anthony Sammarco, published in the Dorchester Community News, July 24, 1992 Click here for more
Pear Sculpture Dedication June 16, 2007, Edward Everett Square
On Saturday, June 16, 2007, Mayor Thomas M. Menino dedicated the public art in Edward Everett Square, featuring a sculpture 11 1/2 feet high of the Clap Pear . The emcee of the event was John McColgan,...
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Local Square Named for Famous 19th Century Orator, Politician
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...
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The Peabody by Sammarco
Anthony Sammarco wrote an article about the Peabody building in Peabody Square that appeared in the Dorchester Community News, 14 June 1991. Click here...
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Peabody Square
Anthony Sammarco wrote an article on Peabody Square that appeared in the Dorchester Community News. Click here to see the pdf version of the above...
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Firefighting in 1793 article by Anthony Sammarco
Anthony Sammarco wrote an article that appeared in the Dorchester Community News, 22 January 1993 entitled: Firefight in 1793: "A good lively fire to dash to" Click here for more
Town Hall
Through the War of 1812, the Meeting House of the First Church served as the site for town meetings, but with the growth in population in the southern reaches of Dorchester and the establishment of the...
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