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Quincy: A Past Carved in Stone

Quincy: A Past Carved in Stone

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Join author William B. Longo as he completes a comprehensive portrait of this 1848 jurisdiction. Longtime residents will surely appreciate this installment in the region's history.


Hazlet Township - originally composed of four separate villages known as Hazlet, Mechanicsville, North Centerville, and West Keansburg - celebrates its 150th anniversary in 1998, and this marvelous new book has been created to commemorate that occasion. Residents of Hazlet will learn about the community's development since 1900, and study its most significant period of growth - beginning around 1955. The earliest images contained in this volume illustrate Hazlet's rural past, depicting farms and the rustic character of the township. Other photographs represent the history of the township's municipal and public service centers, such as the post office, railroad station, and fire departments. Following World War II, the township began to lose its village divisions, and Hazlet Township describes this change in detail.



Author: Patricia Harrigan Browne
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (SC)
Published: 07/01/1996
Pages: 128
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.66lbs
Size: 9.26h x 6.56w x 0.35d
ISBN: 9780738537344

About the Author
Harrigan Browne, Patricia: - Patricia Harrigan Browne is a local author whose columns appear weekly in The Milton Times. The images in this collection--many rare and previously unpublished--have been drawn from the collections of the Thomas Crane Library, the Massachusetts State Archives, the Quincy Historical Society, the U.S. Naval Shipbuilding Museum, and many generous private sources.

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