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The Shawsheen Indians beat the Chicago Canadians on April 20, 1924 becoming the first team to become champions on their first try at the national level.  The final score was Shawseen Indians 3 / Chicago Canadians (west champions)0.
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There is a town well, known as the Abbot Well, at 38 Andover Street, just north of Phil's Roast Beef.  It is located in a small brick building.  The entrance is via the driveway between the building and the house next door.  Spring water is available for Andover residents.  
  
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The well was built circa 1957 with about 400' of pipe. It was taken out of the public water supply system in 1976.
[[Image:shawsheenindians.pdf|thumb||left| “Win National Honors,"
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''Andover Townsman'', April 24, 1925.....click to enlarge ]]
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*April 24, 1925 Andover Townsman
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Revision as of 13:56, 29 May 2010

There is a town well, known as the Abbot Well, at 38 Andover Street, just north of Phil's Roast Beef. It is located in a small brick building. The entrance is via the driveway between the building and the house next door. Spring water is available for Andover residents.

The well was built circa 1957 with about 400' of pipe. It was taken out of the public water supply system in 1976.


--Kim 13:56, May 29, 2010 (EDT)

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