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A view of the village of Dexter in the 1870s. Taken from the old Woolen Mill, later Dexter Sulfite, the photo prominently features what is now Lakeview Drive in the foreground. The Dexter Universalist Church, which now houses the Dexter Historical Society, can be seen in the upper right hand corner. Its four spires were replaced by a steeple in 1887. The Methodist church tower is at far left and the Presbytarian church shows plainly in the center. Watertown Daily Times file

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