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This Day In Everett History

  1. This Day in Everett History

    February 20, 2017, All Day

    1918: Organization of a juvenile state guard among the boys between 14 and 18 undertaken, under the direction of Mayor William E. Weeks, by officers of the Company K. Eleventh Regiment, Massachusetts State Guard.
    1949: Nine firefighters were overcome by smoke while battling a stubborn blaze at the Bay State Macaroni Company on Charlton Street.

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  2. This Day in Everett History

    February 21, 2017, All Day

    1910: Everett Trust Company opened for business

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  3. This Day in Everett History

    February 22, 2017, All Day

    1995: Everett native David Glinner helps subdue and detain, until police arrived, a man who stabbed a Quinnipiac College professor.

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  4. This Day in Everett History

    February 23, 2017, All Day

    1950: Quick action by her grandparents saved the life of 3 week-old Carol Thistle when they took turns breathing into her mouth after the child had stopped breathing.

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  5. This Day in Everett History

    February 24, 2017, All Day

    1939: Domenic Puliefico had two of his oil trucks burned after he refused to join the "protective oil dealers' trade association.
    1947: Four Everett boys were rescued by passersby from the water near the old Sandy Beach swimming hole after the ice on which they were walking gave way.

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  6. This Day in Everett History

    February 25, 2017, All Day

    1957: Paratrooper Richard Boyle of Everett is save by an alert West German signalman who switched off a 15,000 volt power cable just before Boyle was about to to land on it.

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  7. This Day in Everett History

    February 26, 2017, All Day

    1864: Native Bartlett Baldwin is released from the infamous Confederate Prison at Andersonville, Georgia
    1942: Everett's Barbara Tabor, a freshman at Bates College, is named the best woman debater at the school.

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  8. This Day in Everett History

    February 27, 2017, All Day

    1941: The Navy Department awards a contract to Market Forge for two-wheeled trucks and stands.

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  9. This Day in Everett History

    February 28, 2017, All Day

    1902: Thomas Keefe becomes the first Everett Police Office killed in the line of duty.

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