Author Archives: Rodney Laughton

Arguments of Men of Scarboro at Augusta

[Transcription of a letter to the editor, ca. 1902] To the Editor of the Argus:      I was much interested in the arguments of the men of Scarboro at Augusta yesterday, as to what the electric road could and … Continue reading

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The Reanimation of John Hasty – Scarborough 1798

[Ed note: I was recently at a Genealogy meeting and a friend, Nancy Wilson Latham, mentioned that she had come across an article on Genealogy Bank about a Scarborough resident who almost died from drowning in 1798, but was “reanimated” … Continue reading

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Bessey School

“In the mid 1920’s, the ever growing population in Scarborough created the need for a new high school. The school is shown under construction in 1926. It became known simply as Scarborough High School until 1954, when it was renamed for … Continue reading

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