Favorite Fourths

Martin, L.; Kennedy, A.
July 1990
Yankee;Jul90, Vol. 54 Issue 7, p24
Recommends various Fourth of July celebrations in New England. Eastport, Maine; Boom Box Parade in Willimantic, Connecticut; Bristol, Rhode Island; More.


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