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Historic preservation

By Paul E. Kandarian
March 30, 2006

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The Tremont Nail Factory, the oldest cut-nail maker in the country still in existence, is a museum in the making. Located in Wareham but moving to Mansfield by summer, the company recently donated six large nail machines to the town, which bought the 7-acre site in 2004 for historic preservation. (Full article: 805 words)

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