Hearths and Homes of Old Lynn, with Studies in Local History

By: Hawkes, Nathan Mortimer

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1st Printing. This edition is strictly limited to 500 copies, #127. 50 illustrations. Dark green cloth, gold and white decor, gold on top page ends. Nice Firm copy ! Light general wear. Previous owner gift notation. 350 pages. Contents: Lynn; Lynn Hotel; The Abijah Boardman House; Oaklandvale; A Homestead By Grace of the Indians; An Ancient House In North Saugus; Noted Names Upon A Revolutionary Commission; The Tarbell Place; A Quaker Home On The Downing Road; Notes On And About A Saugus Pond; The Iron Works Mansion; The Vinegar Hill Circuit; Rev. Joseph Roby And His Times; The Flagg-Gray House; The Meeting-House Of The Second Church In Lynn; The Meeting-House Of The Third Parish In Lynn; The Puritan Birthright; A Chapter In The Story Of The Iron Works; Captain Robert Bridges, Founder Of The First Iron Works In America; Evolution of the Town From The Parish Colonial Land Titles; The Cycle Days Of New England; Essex Farm -The Cradles Of American Homes; Lynnfield In The Revolution; Why The Old Town House Was Built; John Endicott And The Red Cross Ensign; High Rock; James Robinson Newhall; Cyrus Mason Tracy; Samuel Hawkes; Index.

Title: Hearths and Homes of Old Lynn, with Studies in Local History

Author Name: Hawkes, Nathan Mortimer

Categories: History, Localities, History,

Edition: First Edition.

Publisher: Lynn, MA, Thos. P. Nichols and Sons: 1907

ISBN Number: B003UY8JOM

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket (as issued)

Size: 8vo 7.75 - 9.75'' tall

lbs: 1.00 lbs

Seller ID: 110730

Keywords: History::Localities New England::History