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Defending Scituate with a drum and fife

The Scituate Lighthouse, circa 1986. In 1814, a pair of clever sisters kept the British at bay with a mighty racket. The Scituate Lighthouse, circa 1986. In 1814, a pair of clever sisters kept the British at bay with a mighty racket. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff/file 1986)
October 26, 2008

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"The Lighthouse Army of Two" achieved their victory without bloodshed, but with the scream of a fife and the roll of a drum. (Full article: 303 words)

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