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MHA Historic Preservation Awards

Walking Tour: THE 'SQUOG CEMETERY

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Saturday September 14, 2019
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

$5 Manchester Historic Association members - $10 General Public 
Pre-registration is required.  Please call (603)-622-7531.

Local historians Richard Duckoff and Matt Labbe will present their tour of the historic Piscataquog Cemetery, located on Bowman and Milford Streets at the intersection of South Main Street, behind the FaithBridge Church. Originally a private cemetery, Piscatquog is a one acre cemetery acquired by the City of Manchester in 1915. Burials date back as early as the 1820s.  Individuals buried at the cemetery include George McGuire, known as the Father of Labor Day, Grace Holbrook Blood, author of Manchester on the Merrimack, and education reformer Francis Wayland Parker. 
Please park in lot behind TD Bank on South Main Street (293 S. Main Street)

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