"We've had a lot of important politicians, dignitaries have visited Quincy through the year. And back in the 1800's, during that time of the Civil War, Quincy was extremely important," said Speckhart.
Speckhart also says he hopes by doing events like this...more people will want to learn about the town's large role in history.
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