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Memorials are meant to honor and preserve the memory of a person or an event. This website is an effort to list all of the public memorials in the town of Winthrop, Mass., and provide information on who the people are who have been honored. Please send any additions, corrections, suggestions, comments to contact@winthropmemorials.org
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Latest Additions
WWII Gold Star Veteran PFC Andrew G. Biggio Square rededicated
Two new Veteran Memorial Signs dedicated: Libero "Lee" L. Laura and Robert F. Sloane, Jr.
Eight Names on a Wall - Oral-history study examines the creation of the Vietnam War Memorial

 
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Eight Names on a Wall
Oral-history study done by Ellen Pinzur in 1990 examines the creation of the Vietnam War Memorial at Winthrop High School
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The Great Allotment: Pullen Point's First Land Owners
The 15 men ganted land, who they were, what they were known for, their families, and selected information on noteworthy descendants, locations, and objects
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History of Winthrop, Massachusetts
By Edward Rowe Snow, 1939 Boston University Masters Thesis
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MACRIS Winthrop
The Massachusetts Historical Commission's Massachusetts Cultural Resource Information System (MACRIS) database records on Winthrop
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Historic Winthrop 1630-1902
A Concise History of Winthrop Compiled by Charles W. Hall
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History of Winthrop Massachusetts 1630-1952
By William H. Clark
Winthrop Centennial Committee, Winthrop, Massaschusetts - 1952
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Winthrop, Mass. - Our Streets,
How we got them and their Names
By Channing Howard - 1950
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Winthrop Days, And A Half Century With The Trees
1855-1905
By Mary Priscilla Griffin
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Town of Winthrop
Sesquicentennial Commemorative Book
1852-2002
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Sidewalk Markers
Sidewalk markers are small brass plaques embedded in concrete by the contractor when they are building the sidewalk. There are over 300 of these brass plaques in the sidewalks of Winthrop, Mass.
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