In 1910, Eliot marked the one hundredth anniversary of its incorporation as a town with a weeklong celebration. The festivities included concerts, speeches, and a parade. The houses along the parade route were decorated with patriotic bunting. This house belonged at the time to Charles Cole, a member of the Centennial Committee, which oversaw the festivities.
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