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Everything you've ever wanted to know about early American craftsmen. A nice, large-size pamphlet of bits and pieces of Boston maritime history.
Chapters cover Furniture makers, Pewter craftsmen, Silver worker, Glass manufacture, Potters, Windsor Chair manufacture, and Architects. (This book sponsored by A classic record of life in the Colonial days of America.
Nice descriptions of teachers' lives and the students they taught.
Includes games and recess activities by the children. The author is a writer and photographer who was unknowingly an ethnographer of his time, recording vanishing cultures at the turn of the last century.
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Items Early Environmental Writings Birds & Birding Mystery Author/Illustrator Page Books By Author Page Text Content Page A great guide book of Boston that takes you through the neighborhood historical points all across the City and the surrounding area. A great work on the history of Boston by the neighborhoods through the architecture of the period. Well written and reads like a walking tour of Boston, with lots of history thrown in. This is an excellent work on the early history of Boston through the turn of the 20th Century.
This is a great source of New England history from its founding through the Revolution, through the unique view of New England's original buildings. The time covered is from the 1630's through the 1700's. A great look at a time long gone for most of us: the one-room country schoolhouse in the United States. As Skinner states, "It is where myth and history combine that legend is most interesting and appeals to our fancy or our sympathy most strongly; and it is not too early for us to begin the collation of those quaint happenings..." A great read.... Johnson describes schools from the post-Revolutionary days, up to the late 1800's. If you are looking for free online dating in Seaford than sign up right now!Over 1,500,000 Daters login every day to Plentyoffish.com, we are the market leader in Canada, UK, Australia, US, Ireland and New Zealand, so come meet and chat with other Seaford singles Register HERE The only 100% Free dating service.From Sheraton, Hepplewhite and Tavern tables, chairs and work tables, there is a wide range of plans for the carpenter and DIYer. 1910] A very interesting tale of 4 young men in search of the 'mother lode' in the wilderness of Maine, on the heights of Mt. All diagrams based on original furniture from Maine... This book deals with vignettes of rural life from New York Adirondacks to the mountains of West Virginia. This is the first volume of a 2 volume set, containing a wonderful compilation of 'modern' myths and legends from Native Americans and early European settlers, through the Civil War. Profusely illustrated with the author's original photographs... As Skinner states, "It is where myth and history combine that legend is most interesting and appeals to our fancy or our sympathy most strongly; and it is not too early for us to begin the collation of those quaint happenings..." A great read.... This is a classic how-to book for gardeners in the early decades of America. Cobbett gives the reader the details needed to start a garden (including double-digging, times to plant, how to save seeds, building a hot bed, using a green-house, preparing beds, appropriate fencing, soil, etc.,) as well as detailed lists of Vegetables, Herbs, Fruits, and Flowers. This is a readable history of Benedict Arnold and the military expedition to capture Quebec in the beginning of the Revolutionary War. A nice series of stories covering one year in time, through the eyes of one of the children who come to stay at the Old Squire's farm in Maine during the Civil War....