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Monument dedicated to residents of Malaga Island

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    Monument dedicated to residents of Malaga Island - Photo courtesy of Peter Roberts | of | Share this photo

    Students gathered on Malaga Island, circa 1910.

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    This marker in the Pineland Cemetery was bought by Elaine Gallant, her family and the Gray-New Gloucester Historical Society in 2001 to commemorate the dead who were moved from Malaga Island.

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    A copy of a photo by Frederick Thompson from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, September 1882, showing residents on Malaga Island.

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    Home of Eliza Griffin on Malage Island, circa 1908.

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    Jacob Marks was the patriarch of a seven-member family that was forced to leave Malaga Island after the state deemed them and other residents unfit for society.

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    People enjoy lunch on Malaga Island as the boat returns to bring them back to mainland Phippsburg in 2014.

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    A turn of the century postcard printed in Boston, allegedly of residents of Malaga Island. The island was located adjacent to Phippsburg and the summer hotels, boarding houses and steamship docks frequented by vacationers from Boston and beyond.

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    Rosella and John Eason with family in front of their home on Malaga Island in 1911.

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    Malaga residents Harold McKinney and Johnny Murphy a few years before the 1912 eviction of their community.

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    Students enter the Malaga Island school building, circa 1910.

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    Unidentified boy and girl on Malaga Island, circa 1910.

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    Unidentified woman with children on Malaga Island, circa 1910.

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    The Malaga Island school house in 1911.

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    This stone photographed in 2001 marks a grave in the Pineland Cemetery for some of the bodies that were moved in 1912 from Malaga Island.

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