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Neighbors' 1861 flag due to be preserved

Dover Historical Society figures cost of protecting Union victory banner

Martha Everett and her neighbors would fly this flag above Farm Street in Dover to celebrate each Union victory. Martha Everett and her neighbors would fly this flag above Farm Street in Dover to celebrate each Union victory.
By Mark Sullivan
Globe Correspondent / December 17, 2006

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DOVER -- Whenever the Union won a victory in the Civil War, Martha Everett would go to the attic of her house and grab the big flag that she and her friends had stitched together, attaching it to a line that ran above Farm Street. (Full article: 566 words)

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