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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 10: Middlesex County. (search)
64, $578.38; in 1865, $450.00. Total amount, $3,221.47. Lowell Incorporated as a town, March 1, 1826; as a city, Aprilixth Regiment having been ordered to Washington, formed in Lowell, where it was addressed by leading citizens, and then proce Sixth Regiment in Baltimore caused intense excitement in Lowell. New companies were immediately filled to the maximum. Oeath the monument erected to their memory in the centre of Lowell, by the city and the State. May 14th, Five hundred dollarsutant-general of the State, and many prominent citizens of Lowell. The men were soon obtained. Lowell claims to have been e occasion of the dedication of the monument the people of Lowell and of the surrounding towns observed it as a holiday. Th5, $52,000.00. Total amount, $334,515.55. The ladies of Lowell formed a Soldiers' Aid Society as early as April 20, 1861, estimate that one hundred thousand dollars were raised in Lowell during the four years of the war by voluntary contribution