1 edition of Picturesque Franklin [Mass.] 1891. found in the catalog.
Picturesque Franklin [Mass.] 1891.
|Statement||[Chas. F. Warner, editor.|
|Contributions||Warner, Charles F. b. 1851 ed.|
|LC Classifications||F72.F8 W2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||01012175|
Above is the Stop & Shop on Main Street, Franklin, Massachusetts back around The store is now an anchor tenant at a large shopping mall in Franklin near Exit 17 of Route The mall is just part of the wonderful shopping available to Franklin residents.. Vintage Franklin photos in new book. Image from Picturesque Hampden (). The scene in As discussed in an earlier post, the Westfield Normal School was established in as a teacher training school in Barre, Massachusetts, where it operated for several years before relocating to Westfield in Starting in , the school occupied a building a block away from here.
This page lists the Massachusetts city and town directories available from to the late 's available for research by our staff. Unless noted, most of these directories are published but not digitized and online. Some larger cities with various years are digitized and available through a subscription at Both resident, business and house directories are accessible to our. Works written on the county include: Biographical Review: this volume contains biographical sketches of the leading citizens of Franklin County, Massachusetts (Boston, ), pp. WorldCat (Other Libraries); FHL book D3b and film Item 1. Digital version at Internet Archive.; Theophilus Packard, A History of the Churches and Ministers, and of Franklin Association, in Franklin.
Founded in as Carlin's Settlement, Franklin (named for Benjamin Franklin) became the parish (county) seat in and the first incorporated town in Though early settlers included French, Acadian, German, Danish and Irish, the town's culture and architecture is heavily influenced by the unusually large numbers of English that chose to settle there after the Louisiana Purchase in. Macullar, Parker & Company, - Boston (Mass.) - pages. Appears in 3 books from Page - The approach to Boston is almost the only picturesque city view we have on the Atlantic coast. New York, from the Bay, suggests commercial activity only ; Philadelphia, from the Delaware, is the tamest of cities ; but Boston.
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Picturesque Franklin MassachusettsGreen Book. This Hardcover book has pages rich in history, and filled with black-and-white photographs and illustrations providing insight into the city of Franklin Massachusetts in the late s.
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Picturesque Franklin Manufacturer: Wade, Warner & Co. Picturesque Franklin [Mass.] Picturesque Franklin [Mass.] 1891. book – January 1, by. Unknown (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Picturesque Franklin [Mass.] [Chas. Permanent link to this book Link to this page. Embed this book. Version. UTC About the version. About this Book/Tools Sidebar. Main Content (use access key 5. Picturesque Franklin was the second of a series of "Picturesque" books published by the firm of Wade, Warner and Company; it was published in The photographer was Clifton Johnson (), who would go on to a rich career as a writer and illustrator.
Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http. (Adapted from “Picturesque Franklin”, Wade, Warner & Co., Northampton MA This publication was a “snap shot” of Franklin County businesses and industries as of This original article will not include the history which occurred afterwards, unless noted by the museum editor.).
This is a collection of free town vital records books, otherwise known as "Tan Books" for Massachusetts towns. Generally these records go up to / at which, the genealogist can use the census records to assist in identifying the family connections further. Shop a vast selection of books, art and collectibles from independent sellers around the world.
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Saws and the saw business. This is the Millers Falls plant as it appeared in It is taken from an illustration that appeared in a book entitled Picturesque Franklin County, published in that year by Wade, Warner & Company of is the side of the plant facing the Millers River, and stacks of logs and lumber are seen in front of the buildings.
Picturesque America is a two-volume set of books describing and illustrating the scenery of America, published in and and edited by the romantic poet and journalist William Cullen Bryant (), who also edited the New York Evening Post.
The layout and concept was similar to that of Picturesque Europe. The Franklin Public Library is considered America's first public library. Inwhen the town was incorporated, the designated name Exeter was changed to Franklin in honor of Dr. Benjamin Franklin. In return Franklin was asked to donate a bell for the town's church steeple.
Acknowledging that "sense" was preferable to "sound", Dr. Franklin responded with an offer of books for the use of the. Antique Large We Live History Land America: In Picturesque Books The The In Books Picturesque History Land Live Antique America: Large We.
$ Antique Picturesque Utica in Photo Gravure Book by W A Semple 1st Edition Antique Picturesque. Picturesque Hampshire: Wade, Warner Author in part. Edited by C.F. Warner Picturesque Franklin: Picturesque Hampden East: W.
Adams 2 volumes. Author in part Picturesque Hampden West: New England Country: Lee & Shepard: Reprinted by Lee & Shepard in,and The Country School in New England: D. Appleton & Company. The History of the Town of Bernardston, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Greenfield, Keyes, Robert.
“Who Were the Pelham Shaysites?” in Historical Journal of Massachusetts, Vol XXVIII: Winter King, Moses. The second of the series of "Picturesque" books describing the counties of Western Massachusetts, "Picturesque Franklin" was published in "To The Sons and Daughters of Franklin County," with a Poem about Bloody Brook.
L The program appeals to the sons and daughters of Franklin County to donate money to improve the. Picturesque Franklin County Massachusetts Illustrated Souvenir Book MA Picturesque Franklin.
Picturesque County Franklin Massachusetts Book Souvenir Illustrated MA MA Illustrated Souvenir Picturesque Massachusetts County Book Franklin. $ Picturesque Franklin (Northampton: Wade, Warner & Co., ).
Call no.: FF8 W2 + A major collection of prints and glass plate negatives by the Allen sisters is held by the Memorial Hall Museum of the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Historic Association, Deerfield, Mass.
Bibliography. Flynt, Suzanne L. Associate Justice memorial. Mass. () The Honorable Charles Devens, a Justice of this Court from the third day of October,to the twelfth day of March,and, by reappointment, since the eighteenth day of April,died at his residence in Boston on the seventh day of January, A History of the Town of Franklin, Mass: From Its Settlement to the Completion of Its First Century, 2d March, ; with Genealogical Notices of Its Earliest Families, Sketches of Its Professional Men, and a Report of the Centennial Celebration Genealogy & local history: Author: Mortimer Blake: Publisher: Committee of the Town, Original from.Franklin County MA Birth Records.
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