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   -Local Histories (not MA)

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Harrow ( Images of England	 ), Girling, Brian
1 Girling, Brian Harrow ( Images of England )
Arcadia Publishing 1996 0752403435 / 9780752403434 1st Trade Paperback Like New - Used 
This book is part of the Images of London series, which uses old photographs and archived images to show the history of various local areas in England, through their streets, shops, pubs, and people. 
Price: 7.00 USD
2 Johnson, Claire Dunne St. Johnsbury, Vermont ( Images of America (Arcadia Publishing)
Arcadia publishing 1996 0752402609 / 9780752402604 1st Trade Paperback Used very good. One 4" crease on back cover, other wise light reading wear, clean pages 

Price: 15.00 USD
Woburn (MA Images of America), O'Dougherty, Kathleen
3 O'Dougherty, Kathleen Woburn (MA Images of America)
Arcadia 2000 0738504009 / 9780738504001 Trade Paperback Very Good - Used 
Travel back to the earliest days of Woburn, when life was simple and farming was the chief occupation of its settlers. Then, continue your journey as Woburn transforms itself into a small industrialized city on the brink of the twentieth century. Founded in 1640 by a team of seven able men from Charlestown, Woburn grew, prospered, recorded, and documented its history, providing a legacy for generations to come. Through the weaving of stories and photographs, we witness this growth and marvel at the transformation of village to city. As you delve into these intimate glimpses of Woburn, you will be introduced to rare photographs of Civil War combatants and view significant historical documents, such as the "Bloody Butchery" broadside, which details the battles of Lexington and Concord replete with Woburn heroes. You will be mesmerized by the old-time photographs of landmarks such as "Busy Bend" and "Horn Pond." You will see a Woburn "celebrated for its greenhouses, tanneries, and ice-cutting industries." And you will meet Woburn's celebrities: the famous, the not so famous, and the infamous. 
Price: 14.00 USD
Robbins Farm, Arlington, Massachusetts by Oakes Plimpton (1995, Paperback, Illustrated): A Local History, Plimpton, Oakes
4 Plimpton, Oakes Robbins Farm, Arlington, Massachusetts by Oakes Plimpton (1995, Paperback, Illustrated): A Local History
Penobscot Press 1995 0897252314 / 9780897252317 2 Trade Paperback Very Good - Used 
Moderate reading wear, clean pages, non-smoking home. Now a popular town park and recreation area featuring spectacular views of the Boston skyline, Robbins Farm was once a thriving agricultural enterprise. Oakes Plimpton compiled oral histories from area residents to tell the colorful story of Nathan Robbins, prosperous, hard-working descendant of Minutemen and philanthropists. 
Price: 20.00 USD
Boston's North End ( Images of America (Arcadia Publishing), Sammarco, Anthony
5 Sammarco, Anthony Boston's North End ( Images of America (Arcadia Publishing)
Arcadia Publishing 2004 0738534692 / 9780738534695 Trade Paperback NEW 16.95
The streets of Boston's North End, some laid out in the seventeenth century, exude a rich history that has included every generation of immigrants to Boston since 1630. An active port, the neighborhood of the North End also included churches of every denomination, historic homes, and early commercial concerns. Immigrants from Russia, Ireland, Germany, Italy, and most other European countries settled in the North End and contributed to its development over the years. Today, most visitors to Boston tour the North End and see the Paul Revere House and the famous Old North Church. On the weekends, shoppers visit the bustling Haymarket and attend feasts and festivals amidst the appetizing ambiance of restaurant row. This thriving, lively area of town is an alluring meeting place for residents and tourists alike. 
Price: 16.95 USD
Margaret Chase Smith's Skowhegan ( Images of America (Arcadia Publishing), Sleeper, Frank
6 Sleeper, Frank Margaret Chase Smith's Skowhegan ( Images of America (Arcadia Publishing)
Arcadia Publishing 1996 0738564214 / 9780738564210 1st Trade Paperback USED - Slight corner curl, Very Good 
Called ." . . the most influential woman in the history of American politics," Senator Margaret Chase Smith always carried with her a strong connection to her roots in Skowhegan, Maine. How did her years and experiences in this community influence her strength of character and lifetime commitment to public service? Author Frank H. Sleeper has searched local archives to bring us rare photographs and new connections between Skowhegan and its famous senator. In this illuminating pictorial history, readers enjoy unique views of Skowhegan, with its historic buildings and riverfront, where Senator Smith spent her first forty years. Her strong convictions and tolerance for dissent, especially apparent in her famous Declaration of Conscience" speech against Senator Joe McCarthy, may well have come from her background in Skowhegan. 
Price: 15.00 USD

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