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Pawtuckets or Pentuckets were in the area of what was to become Andover when the first Europeans settled. Passaconnaway was the Grand Sachem of the land that extended from Amoskeag and what is now Concord New Hampshire to the Merrimack River He proved to be friendly, but upon his death there were many wars until 1696.
<ol> Stevens and North Main Street</ol><br> In 1820, Abraham Marland purchased a paper mill and converted it to produce wool. In 1879, it was bought by the Stevens Woolen Company. The original mill buildings were replaced over time, and the mill operated until 1960.
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During World War I and World War II Marland Mills produced wool and flannel for blankets and uniforms. Before World War II Marland Mills employed about 400 people.  That number grew to 500 during World War II.
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The DASA Corporation bought the building at North Main and Stevens in  1964.
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In 1996, one of the remaining buildings was converted to an assisted living facility called [[Andover Business - Marland Place|Marland Place]].
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[[Image:Marland_Mills.jpg|thumb|...''Marland Mills, 1994''.... click to enlarge|left]]
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The Western [[Abenaki]] were under attack from the Iriquois from 1615 to 1670.  Some fled to Canada, others to the Merrimack River
  
 
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*[http://andover.mvlc.org/opac/en-US/skin/default/xml/rresult.xml?rt=keyword&tp=keyword&t=lower%20merrimack%20valley%20inventory&ft=&l=1&d=0&f= ''The Lower Merrimack River Valley: An Inventory of Historic Engineering and Industrial Sites''] R 609 Low, page 8.
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*[http://134.241.121.88/ipac20/ipac.jsp?session=11P6L593U0375.22622&menu=search&aspect=subtab783&npp=25&ipp=20&spp=20&profile=man&ri=&term=&index=.GW&aspect=subtab783&term=&index=.AW&term=camp+in+the+bend+in+the+river&index=.ET&term=&index=.SW&x=0&y=0#focus ''Camp In the Bend of the River: Prehistory at the Shattuck Farm Site''], (Andover Room R 974.42 Lue), page 308 - page 315.
*[http://andover.mvlc.org/opac/en-US/skin/default/xml/rresult.xml?rt=title&tp=title&t=andover%20what%20it%20was&ft=&l=1&d=0&f= Andover, What It Was, What It Is. : 300th Anniversary, May 30 - June 2, 1946], (974.45 And), seventh section.
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*Marland's Mill Local Landmark. Then and Now series.  (picture of Abraham Marland and the mill) ''Lawrence Eagle-Tribune'' April 5, 1976, p.38.
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*"Mill demolition delayed at least 6 months", ''Eagle Tribune'', October 14, 1993.
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*"Marland Mills proposal accepted", ''Eagle Tribune'', April 6, 1994.
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Revision as of 19:54, 21 December 2006

Pawtuckets or Pentuckets were in the area of what was to become Andover when the first Europeans settled. Passaconnaway was the Grand Sachem of the land that extended from Amoskeag and what is now Concord New Hampshire to the Merrimack River He proved to be friendly, but upon his death there were many wars until 1696.

The Western Abenaki were under attack from the Iriquois from 1615 to 1670. Some fled to Canada, others to the Merrimack River

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--Eleanor 12:01, December 18, 2006 (EST)

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