World War One in Lowell


11-11-2017 11:00am - 12:00pm


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Ninety-Nine years after the Armistice on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, Eileen Loucraft, Lowell blogger and Clerk of the Lowell Historical Society will present a talk on Lowell's involvement during World War One. Lowell contributed greatly to the Great War. From early on Lowell residents who fought for other governments before the United States entered the war, the American Cartridge Company, The Yankee Division, Camp Devens, influenza pandemic, the draft and the "Hello Girls" are a few of the stories that will be told. Learn the stories of the heroes behind Kittridge Park, Cupples Square, O'Donnell Playground, McPherson Park and many more. Please join us! Presented by the Lowell Historical Society and the Pollard Memorial Library

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