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1814- 1930 Near this site stood a cotton factory which was partially burned by the British during the War of 1812. Erected and dedicated by the Noble Everett Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution 1930
Left side Inscription Tremont Nail Company has been designated a National Historical Landmark by American Society for Metals Established in 1819, Tremont Nail Company had made nails continuously for more than 150 years, and one of the few Americ…
Dedicated to those who gave their lives in the cause of all freedoms World War II Korean Conflict Vietnam Conflict Dedicated by the Citizens of Wareham May 31, 1776 1776-1976 During Our Busy Bicentennial - We remembered
Presented by the Wareham Branch S.A.S.A.P. to the town of Wareham in honor of her sons who paid the supreme sacrifice in the 1917 World War 1918 Walter O. Bennett · Dudley Lester Brown · Harry Clyde Cariepy · Everett Fr…
Erected by the Town of Wareham in memory of her loyal sons 1904 There are also 5 panels of inscribed names