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Fil Melendy
· December 3, 2017
Thank You for having this for everyone to see! We enjoyed talking with you at the Farnum House.
Mary Landry
· January 28, 2017
Truly great to see all the old photos of Uxbridge, nice also when you can help to identify -Paul
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Uxbridge - A View of the Past updated their cover photo.

Mumford dam 1893.

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From Brian A Bisson
OKAY Uxbridge class of '63,64, and '65 can you guess who these Center School Kindergartner Students are? The picture was taken during an air-raid drill. Hint - (62 years ago) - lol.
The old Center School was located where the U.S. Post Office was located on Main street just north of the down town fire station.

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Uxbridge - A View of the Past updated their cover photo.
January 1
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Uxbridge - A View of the Past updated their cover photo.

Uxbridge Inn getting remodeled.

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Emerson Darling Homestead mid 1890's.

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Emerson Darling Homestead Quaker highway. Probably late1940s.

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Uxbridge - A View of the Past updated their cover photo.

North Uxbridge Trolly Barn

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Uxbridge - A View of the Past updated their cover photo.
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Uxbridge - A View of the Past updated their cover photo.

The Whitmore Block 1908

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Hi all! I will be showing some of my old Uxbridge pictures at the Farnum House this Tuesday at 7:00pm. Come on down and see what the center of town used to look like in the 1800's! Open to everyone!

OCT10
Tue 7:00 PM EDTCoronet John Farnum Jr. HouseUxbridge, MA
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Uxbridge - A View of the Past updated their profile picture.

Lt. Col. Seth Read of Uxbridge, Massachusetts was said to have been instrumental in having E Pluribus Unum placed on US coins Seth Read and his brother Joseph Read had been authorized by the Massachusetts General Court to mint coppers in 1786. In March 1786, Seth Read petitioned the Massachusetts General Court, both the House and the Senate, for a franchise to mint coins, both copper and silver, and "it was concurred".E pluribus unum, written in capital letters, is included on most U.S. currency, with some exceptions to the letter spacing (such as the reverse of the dime). It is also embossed on the edge of the dollar coin.

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Don Koerten to Blackstone Valley Reminiscent Society

Ok - This one's for all you Millville experts who got the last one right. I have no clue on this. It's labeled Forester's Hall. J.J. Wilcox Pool Room is to the right. I'm thinking they're both long gone.