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1. The Practical Christian 1840-1841 The Practical Christian 1840-1841 The Practical Christian was a Utopian community newspaper published between 1840 and 1860 in Hopedale, Massachusetts.

2. Last will and testament of James Deneson credited as the first settler in Southbridge Massachusetts Last will and testament of James Deneson credited as the first settler in Southbridge Massachusetts Deneson, James--Will; Deneson, James--Estate; Will--James Deneson--Southbridge; Southbridge (Mass.)--James Deneson; Deneson, Experience; Historic documents--Southbridge (Mass. Historic documents--Sturbridge (Mass.) The last will and testament of James Deneson (also known as James Dennison) and a schedule of his property. The original is a two-sided handwritten document, written on 10th of May, 1777. This document...

3. Nichols Academy: Descriptive List of Work Pursued during the Winter Term, 1887 Nichols Academy: Descriptive List of Work Pursued during the Winter Term, 1887 Nichols Academy (Dudley, Mass.)--Curricula; Nichols College--History; Universities and Colleges--Massachusetts--Dudley Describes the courses offered at Nichols Academy for the winter term beginning on November 29th, 1887. Some of the courses offered were Free-hand and Mathematical Drawing, Mathematics, Engineering and...

4. United Press Syndicate article on George Otis Draper United Press Syndicate article on George Otis Draper Draper, George Otis, 1867-1923; Draper Corporation; Draper family An article about George Otis Draper by the United Press Syndicate, Inc entitled, "George Otis Draper: A noted Capitalist, prominent in the affairs of Numerous Important Corporations", published ca. 1908-1914....

5. Site of the home of Dr. Elbridge Johnson, 1836?-1874, Williamsburg, Mass., after the 1874 Mill River Site of the home of Dr. Elbridge Johnson, 1836?-1874, Williamsburg, Mass., after the 1874 Mill River Disaster Disasters--United States; Disasters--Massachusetts--Williamsburg; Dam failures--Massachusetts; Johnson, Elbridge M., 1836-1874; James, Henry Lyman, 1829-1896; Adams, William Henry, 1823-1874 Stereographic view of the place where Dr. Johnson's house and his entire household of six were lost in the Mill River Disaster On the morning of May 16, 1874 the huge earthen dam holding back a 100-acre...

6. Cotton Chats Cotton Chats Draper Company; Hopedale (Mass.); Textile industry--Massachusetts--Hopedale Draper Company pamphlet

7. Central Regional Advisory Council CRAC NEWS Tour of the Month Central Regional Advisory Council CRAC NEWS Tour of the Month Shrewsbury Public Library (Shrewsbury, Mass) ; Shrewsbury (Mass.)--History; Central Massachusetts Regional Library System The monthly newsletter is from October-November 1972 and features the Shrewsbury Free Public Library as the Tour of the Month. The newsletter contains the history of the library as well as current happenings...

8. Litchfield Shuttle Works, Southbridge, Mass. Litchfield Shuttle Works, Southbridge, Mass. Litchfield Shuttle Company--history; Litchfield Shuttle Works--Southbridge (Mass. Southbridge (Mass.)--history; Textile industry--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Factories--New England--pictorial works; Mills and mill work--New England--pictorial works; Historic buildings--New England; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Textile workers--Massachusetts--Southbridge Litchfield Shuttle Company located in the Shuttleville district (off South Street) in Southbridge, Massachusetts. View taken from the upper road way, looking down on the plant. The brick building has three...

9. The Last Survivors of Grand Army of the Republic Post 168 with Rose Shepard in GAR Memorial Hall Town The Last Survivors of Grand Army of the Republic Post 168 with Rose Shepard in GAR Memorial Hall Town Hall Southbridge Massachusetts United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Veterans--Societies, etc.; Grand Army of the Republic--History; Grand Army of the Republic Dept. of Massachusetts; Grand Army of the Republic--Massachusetts--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Veterans--Massachusetts; Women clerks The last three survivors of the Grand Army of the Republic of Massachusetts Malcolm Ammidown Post, No. 168, Southbridge, with Rose Shepard clerk to the G.A.R. Pictured from left to right are: Captain William...

10. Hill Dryer Company Hill Dryer Company Clothes dryers-Massachusetts-Worcester; Hill, Joseph P.-Portrait; Drying apparatus-Massachusetts-Worcester; Clotheslines-Massachusetts-Worcester; Laundry-Equipment and supplies-Massachusetts-Worcester; Hustler ash sifter-Houghton Patent Dryer. Picture of the manufacturer, Joseph P. Hill and 3 company products, Hill's champion lawn clothes dryer, Hill's balcony clothes dryer and Hill's hustler ash sifter.

11. Pageant Exhibition Panel 10 - The Defense of the fort Pageant Exhibition Panel 10 - The Defense of the fort King Philip's War, 1675-1676; Massachusetts--Colonial period--1650-1675; Lancaster (Mass.)--History--1670-1680--Drama; Fourth of July celebrations--Massachusetts--Lancaster; Library exhibits--Massachusetts--Lancaster; Indians of North America--Massachusetts--History--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775; Native Americans; Indians of North America--Nashaway Ensign Divol directing the defense of the blockhouse during Episode 3, Massacre by the Indians, in the Lancaster, Massachusetts 1912 Fourth of July Pageant. The photograph shows the Settlers fanning out...

12. Keeping Chair City Alive, Gardner Today News and Entertainment Weekly, May 10, 1989 Keeping Chair City Alive, Gardner Today News and Entertainment Weekly, May 10, 1989 Furniture industry and trade--Massachusetts--Gardner; Heywood-Wakefield Company; S. Bent & Brothers, Inc.; Gardner (Mass.)--History; Nichols and Stone Company; Gardner Today The article "Keeping Chair City Alive" by Marilyn Haynes published in the May 10, 1989 Gardner Today News and Entertainment Weekly. The article talks about the S. Bent & Brothers Inc. and Nichols and Stone...

13. Snell Manufacturing Company workers 3 Snell Manufacturing Company workers 3 Augers--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Industries--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Bits (drilling & boring)--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--History--Pictorial Works; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--Pictorial Works; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--History; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--Industries The Snell Manufacturing Company, Fiskdale, a village in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, has a long history. In 1841 Melville Snell came from Pawtucket, Rhode Island to Sturbridge where he manufactured augers...

14. Snell Manufacturing Company mill and workers Snell Manufacturing Company mill and workers Augers--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Industries--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Bits (drilling & boring)--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--History--Pictorial Works; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--Pictorial Works; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--History; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--Industries The Snell Manufacturing Company, Fiskdale, a village in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, has a long history. In 1841 Melville Snell came from Pawtucket, Rhode Island to Sturbridge where he manufactured augers...

15. Williamsburg's official town weights and measures cabinet and accessories Williamsburg's official town weights and measures cabinet and accessories Weights, Balance; Weights and measures--History; Weights and measures--Law and legislation--Massachusetts This is a large (66 inch W x 77 inch H x 24 inch D) elaborately faux-grained wooden cabinet housing a beautifully machined precision equal-arm balance, a graduated set of weights for use on it, several...

16. Pageant Exhibition Panel 17 - The arrival of bad news Pageant Exhibition Panel 17 - The arrival of bad news United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783; Minuteman (Militia)--Massachusetts--Lancaster; Lancaster (Mass.)--History--Drama; Fourth of July celebrations--Massachusetts--Lancaster; Library exhibits--Massachusetts--Lancaster; Horse-drawn vehicles--Pictorial works The arrival of the news that the first shots of the American Revolutionary War reached farmers in Lancaster during Episode IV, The Minutemen, in the Lancaster, Massachusetts 1912 Fourth of July Pageant....

17. Grand Army of the Republic Committee Southbridge Massachusetts Grand Army of the Republic Committee Southbridge Massachusetts United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Veterans--Societies, etc.; Grand Army of the Republic--History; Grand Army of the Republic Dept. of Massachusetts; Grand Army of the Republic--Massachusetts--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Veterans--Massachusetts Grand Army of the Republic Department of Massachusetts Malcolm Ammidown Post, No. 168, Southbridge. Three elderly gentlemen, veterans of the Civil War, are stoically seated in the GAR Room at Town Hall....

18. Snell Manufacturing Company workers 2 Snell Manufacturing Company workers 2 Augers--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Industries--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Bits (drilling & boring)--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--History--Pictorial Works; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--Pictorial Works; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--History; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--Industries The Snell Manufacturing Company, Fiskdale, a village in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, has a long history. In 1841 Melville Snell came from Pawtucket, Rhode Island to Sturbridge where he manufactured augers...

19. Snell Manufacturing Company workers 1 Snell Manufacturing Company workers 1 Augers--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Industries--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Bits (drilling & boring)--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--History--Pictorial Works; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--Pictorial Works; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--History; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--Industries The Snell Manufacturing Company, Fiskdale, a village in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, has a long history. In 1841 Melville Snell came from Pawtucket, Rhode Island to Sturbridge where he manufactured augers...

20. Snell Manufacturing Co, first wooden replacement- to the brook Snell Manufacturing Co, first wooden replacement- to the brook Augers--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Industries--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Bits (drilling & boring)--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--History--Pictorial Works; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--Pictorial Works; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--History; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--Industries The Snell Manufacturing Company, Fiskdale, a village in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, has a long history. In 1841 Melville Snell came from Pawtucket, Rhode Island to Sturbridge where he manufactured augers...
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