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Search results: Papermaking, Neponset
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Neponset Avenue, no. 223
The 1893 Captain George Frost mansion (recently used as Mulry?s Funeral Home) at 223 Neponset Avenue, Pope?s Hill, was razed on Saturday, May 21, 2005. A 90-day demolition delay through the Boston Landmarks...
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Papermaking
The "Act for the Encouragement of Making Paper" passed on September 13, 1728 by the General Court, gave Daniel Henchman (a well-to-do bookseller of Boston) and his partners, Thomas Hancock (uncle of the...
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Landmarks Description Neponset Village
Neponset Village AREA FORM from Boston Landmarks Commission prepared as part of 1994 Survey of Dorchester. Dated March, 1995 and recorded by Edward W. Gordon. [Note: this reproduction of the...
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Converging Cultures of Neponset River Estuary
The Converging Cultures of the Neponset River Estuary by Richard Heath Introduction The Neponset River Estuary is the convergence of not only two ecosystems but two cultures. The Estuary is where...
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Community Church of Neponset
History of Community Church of Neponset Trinity Congregational Church of Neponset Founded 1844???.Organized 1859 Appleton Methodist Episcopal Church Organized??.1848 Compilation...
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Chocolate, Pianos and Playing Cards
To view the pdf version of an article by Anthony Sammarco entitled "Chocolate, Pianos and Playing Cards," published in the Dorchester Argus-Citizen, Click here for more
First Paper, Playing Cards in US
To view the pdf version of an article by Anthony Sammarco entitled "First Paper, Playing Cards in US Were Made in Lower MIlls/Neponset River Industrial Complex," published in Dorchester Community...
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Early Milton Was an Industrial Beehive
To view the pdf version of an article by Ellen Nakashima entitled "Early Milton Was an Industrial Beehive," published in Patriot Ledger, Click...
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19th-century Pope's Hill Home to Wealthy Merchants, Famous Families
To view the pdf version of an article by Anthony Sammarco entitled "19th-century Pope's Hill Home to Wealthy Merchants, Famous Families," published in Dorchester Community News, 1 June 1990,...
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Stearns Lumber
The Stearns Lumber Company was a huge concern covering approximately 14 acres. Port Norfolk was pasture land until the 19th century. Then its northern end was developed into a large industrial site...
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