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ed and sixty cattle, and fed of their milk by the way. This party went, as we all remember, to Hartford, which, however, had been settled in part from New Amsterdam in 1633. The Bay path left the Roxbury-Dedham road at the north end of Jamaica pond, whence it led nearly westward into Newtowne, and crossed the Charles just above Newton Upper Falls. Thence bearing more southwestwardly to Wellesley, it crossed north of lake Waban over the present college campus, and so through Natick and Framingham, south of Cochituate lake and over the Beaver dam, which both the highway and the B. & A. tracks now cross, into Ashland; crossing Cold Spring brook well above (south of) its junction with Sudbury river, at the point where the Rev. John Eliot selected, on the old Connecticut path, as he called it, a location for the establishment of his seventh village of praying Indians. Still bearing southwestward, to Hopkinton, the track there swung round the north end of Whitehall pond and through
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 30., With company E, 101st Infantry, in the world war. (search)
the river for exercises. On July 25, 1917, the company was mustered into Federal service with an elaborate ceremony. About a week later, after a farewell speech by His Honor Mayor Haines, the company left in open cars for Camp Darling, Framingham, Mass. We pitched our tents that same night at Camp Darling. About August 21, 1917, we were joined with Company E of the Ninth Regiment, which amalgamation made us E Company, 101st Infantry, 26th Division; General Clarence Edwards commanding thpany street, I am told, received a burn from that flash which left the mark of a perfect cross on his wrist. The flash of lightning killed two or three men. When we became known as Company E, 101st Infantry, we were moved to Camp Maguiness, Framingham. On September 6, 1917, we broke Camp Maguiness and left for parts unknown. Packed in day coaches with our roll packs, we slept sitting down in our seats with our feet stretched out over the fellow opposite us. At daybreak, September 7,