PHOTO: Serene snowscape

Freshly fallen snow is reflected in a calm Millers River off South Athol Road in Athol near where, according to a nearby historical marker for the Athol History Trail, 2,000 Native Americans retreated across the river on March 3, 1676 with their captive, Mary Rowlandson of Lancaster, while being pursued by 400 soldiers.

Freshly fallen snow is reflected in a calm Millers River off South Athol Road in Athol near where, according to a nearby historical marker for the Athol History Trail, 2,000 Native Americans retreated across the river on March 3, 1676 with their captive, Mary Rowlandson of Lancaster, while being pursued by 400 soldiers. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

Published: 01-29-2024 2:22 PM

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