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COMMUNITY SNAPSHOT

Lowell

August 26, 2007

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Henry Adolphus Miles wrote about this city a long time ago, but the words seem to apply to the state's fourth largest community today. "They have manifested a disposition to make this their residence for life," he wrote in his 1845 book, Lowell, as it was, and as it is. "They have felt prompted, therefore, to improve and adorn the place, to establish the convenience and comforts that a large city needs." (Full article: 344 words)

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