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Preservationists alarmed Harvard may sell forest

Terms of use detailed in former mayor's will

Nathan Matthews directed the land be kept for forestry. Nathan Matthews directed the land be kept for forestry.
By Kay Lazar
Globe Staff / December 29, 2007

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The town of Hamilton is home to an exclusive hunt club and horse farms set on gently rolling hills, but it is a 99-acre tract owned by Harvard University that has college alumni and preservationists engaged in an intense behind-the-scenes battle. (Full article: 1017 words)

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