"Linda - my guess is that if there was a Rutland camp, it was a satellite of Fort Devens in Ayer, MA, and probably made up of German POWs. I don't remember seeing direct mention of the camp (it was not one of the big satellites, most likely),…"
"Another neighbor, who did not grow up in Rockland remembers a camp in Reedsville, MA where the Stop&Shop storage is. She does not know whether German or Italian or what they worked at. Mentioned railroads as a possibility."
Hi Anita! Great to hear from you & I look forward to sharing African American trail tales with you! If you ever want company viewing the trails (especially Martha's Vineyard & the Housatonic) let me know. At least a luncheon is in order. Bobby Robinson
Hi Anita - welcome to the MA Studies Network! It was great meeting with you today.
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