February 15, 2019: We are working on an exciting project that will be unveiled, we hope, around Memorial Day.  And once it is, you'll find the details as well as interesting content about the history of Marlborough here.

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The numbers below correspond to the markers to be installed around downl

1.  Marlborough’s Carnegie Library  

2.  Celebrating Marlborough’s Finest

        

3A.  The Meeting House

     

3B  The Old Common

               

4.  The Old Common Cemetery

               

5.  The Locals Beat the Pros

             ‘Duke’ Farrell bio (Wickipedia)

               Marlborough Sports History (Bob Kane slide show)

               

6. The Praying Indians

        

                

               



7.  The Noble Train of Artillery


               


8.  The Princess Theatre

Prominent Speakers in Marlborough, many at the old Town Hall:

               

               

               


           

9.  The Saga of Tory Henry Barnes

        

        

                

10.  The John Brown Bell

                


11A.  The First Church

               

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11B  Birthplace of Crystal Catherine Eastman

               

               

       

12. The Oulde Burrying Feeled

       

               

13.  William Dawes - The Other Rider

                

                

        

14. The East Village

               

15A.  Samuel Boyd



15b. Boyd & Corey

               

16A.  The Evolution of Marlborough,

16B.  The Town / City Hall

               

17.  The Lost Trains of Marlborough


               

18. The Marlborough Trolley System

               

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19.  The Immigrant Staffing of the Local Shoe Industry

               

20.  The Great Shoe Strike of 1898

               

21.  The Parade of Colonial History




               


22.  The Disasters of Downtown

23.  Overcoming Geography - the Making of Downtown

24.  Artemas Ward Park