by Augustine Caldwell in Eliot [Me.] .
|Statement||edited by Aaron B. Cole and J.L.M. Willis.|
|Contributions||Cole, Aaron B. 1867-1924., Willis, J. L. M. 1856-1924.|
|LC Classifications||F29.E4 C6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 138 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||13000736|
Internet Archive BookReader History of the centennial of the incorporation of the town of Eliot, Maine, August 7th, The Town of Eliot, Maine, is to celebrate its One Hundredth Anniversary by an Old Home Week, August 13, nineteen hundred ten, and cordially invites its Sons and Daughters, and all of kin, to return once more, and visit the old Town hy the Piscataqua. May here, among thy native hills. In , Eliot celebrated the one hundredth anniversary of its incorporation as a town. As part of the weeklong-event taking place from August 6 to 13, , the town invited all residents and former residents to return for the festivities. A welcome home route, which also served as a parade route, extended throughout the town. This house on Pleasant Street was one of many along the route to. The celebration marking the one hundredth anniversary of EliotÂ s incorporation as a town was held in As part of the festivities, the houses along the parade route were decorated with patriotic bunting. The town selectmen hired local photographer Ira M. St. Clair to photograph the houses. The images were later made into postcards by St. Clair studios.
The town of Eliot celebrated its Centennial as a town in with a weeklong series of festivities. The events included concerts, speeches, and a parade. The First Congregational Church of Eliot served as the grandstand for the parade, which included the Marines, The Marching Band of Portsmouth, and floats from various town organizations. This float recreates a kitchen scene from the year of. In August Eliot celebrated the Centennial of its incorporation as a town. The parade featured the Portsmouth marching band, the Marine Corps, and floats from local organizations including this three-horse hitch carrying the Harrigan Club of Eliot. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. search Search the Wayback Machine. Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian. This book was published at the time of the week-long Town of Eliot's Centennial of Incorporation. Eliot was part of Kittery until On page 25 of this book it states"The home of Mary Batchelder, wife of Samuel [Stephen] Batchelder, .
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