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Timeline of Lowell History

Timeline of Lowell History
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1996: The Lowell Spinners, a minor-league Red Sox affiliate, begin play.

2000: National Trust for Historic Preservation names Lowell one of America’s “Dozen Distinctive Destinations.”

2006: UMass Lowell announces a plan to build an $80 million nanotechnology center.

2009: Brazilian, African, and Iraqi families are among Lowell’s newcomers.

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