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Edward Joseph Flanagan

Flanagan, Edward Joseph (1886–1948), Irish-born U.S. Roman Catholic priest who founded Boys Town, a self-governing community of homeless boys, near Omaha, Nebr., in 1917. After World War II he helped organize youth facilities abroad for the U.S. government.

See also: Boys Town.

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