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  • Vital records of Lynn, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849 ..(188 clicks)
  • A Lady of Boston(190 clicks)
    A Lady of Boston [Rebecca Warren Brown?] Memoir of Mrs. Chloe Spear, a Native of Africa, Who was Enslaved in Childhood, and Died in Boston, January 3, 1815 Aged 65 Years. Boston: Published by James Loring, 1832.
  • Beacon Street Diary(176 clicks)
    The Library is directed by the American Congregational Association, which was established in 1853. The ACA charter stated that the organization was incorporated "for the purpose of establishing and perpetuating a library of religious history and literature of New England, and for the erection of a suitable building for the accommodation of the same, and for the use of charitable societies."
  • Brandeis University Special Collections Department(171 clicks)
    and Robert D. Farber University Archives
  • Early Boston Water System(159 clicks)
  • EasternCorner(158 clicks)
    This site promotes Ottoman Empire's Cultural Heritage.
  • Faith and Action(152 clicks)
    A History of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, 18211996 by Roger Fortin
  • Hopedale: From Commune to Company Town, 18401920(172 clicks)
    Ohio State Unversity Press book by Edward K. Spann
  • Massachusetts Historical Society(243 clicks)
    State historical society
  • Norman Rockwell Museum(138 clicks)
    Stockbridge, MA
  • Northeast Massachusetts Digital Library(166 clicks)
  • Old Pictures of 107th Company, CCC Camp, Mount Greylock, Massachusetts 1933-1935(170 clicks)
    An Album of Pictires Taken by a member of Company 107th, CCC Camp, Mount Greylock. This Company built the Thunderbolt Ski Trail on Mount Greylock.
  • Planning for the Private Interest(165 clicks)
    Land Use Controls and Residential Patterns in Columbus, Ohio, 19001970 by Patricia Burgess. Ohio State University Press.
  • Planning for the Private Interest(167 clicks)
    Land Use Controls and Residential Patterns in Columbus, Ohio, 19001970 by Patricia Burgess. Ohio State University Press.
  • Provincetown Timeline(264 clicks)
  • Sam Bass Warner: Modeling the Streetcar Suburbs, 1962. (168 clicks)
  • The Edwin B. Luce Collection(137 clicks)
    The E.B. Luce Collection is a turn-of-the-century photographic archive documenting the people, businesses and architechture of central Massachusetts by the Worcester-based photographer Edwin B. Luce. Hundreds of his old negatives have finally been scanned and made available for viewing and purchase.
  • Views in Philadelphia and Its Vicinity(172 clicks)
    Views in Philadelphia and its vicinity engraved from original drawings. Published 1827 by Childs in Philadelphia .