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Image Gallery: Easton Cemetery Tour

Town Historian Ed Hands showed residents around Easton's cemeteries Thursday

Easton is filled with history, and much of it can be found in it's many cemeteries.

On Thursday morning, Easton's Town Historian Ed Hands met residents at the Ames Free Library and gave a tour through significant cemetery landmarks in North Easton village.

The library expects to sponsor similar events in the future.

Browse through the above photos for a closer look.

Marianne June 30, 2012 at 01:45 AM
Everytime I come home for a visit, I also visit all the local Easton cemeteries. I used to play in the one that the tour will be held. I have been infatuated with cemeteries since I was a little kid. Just finished reading "American Resting Place" by Marilyn Yalom. It tells the history of our cememteries and burial grounds for the past 400 years. I'm glad to know they do tours. It's always good to know your local history and Easton sure has alot of it.

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