Because the response to the first volume of Reminiscences was so complimentary, the Research Committee is sharing more fascinating stories of our community that exist in the archives of the Easton Historical Society. The first article is on the Ames Shovel Company. Edmund Hands provides an interesting narration of David Ambrose Middleton, a son of Irish immigrants who worked at the Shovel Company and served the Union during the Civil War. Enjoy the childhood memories of Anna Buck and Enid J. Kavka and Jacques Harlow and Joseph Connolly who recall the significance of Frothingham Memorial Park. Memories of Unionville, South Easton, and Eastondale are shared as well as folklore from Furnace Village. Writers in this issue include Ruth Melendy Reynolds, Edwin White, John Kent, Diane Carr, Duncan Oliver and Hazel Varella and many others.

Reminiscences Volume 2

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