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A steelworker forged history

By Frank Dell'Apa
Globe Staff / September 28, 2005

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The Fore River Clubhouse stands next to a huge backstop and baseball field off Nevada Street in Quincy Point. The building is used for community functions, but as Ann Jensen notes, ''People don't realize the Fore River Clubhouse was built for the [shipyard] workers." Those workers were also soccer players, and they were good enough to reachthe finals ... (Full article: 885 words)

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