The longest fight

Nason, J.
June 1989
Yankee;Jun89, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p16
Recounts the boxing match in Stoneham, Mass. 130 years ago between Edward Enoch (Ned) Price and Joe Coburn, said to be the longest boxing match in New England history.


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