and History of BOSTON, Massachusetts
15 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
|1. A volume of records relating
to the early history of Boston: Boston Municipal Print. Office,
1900-1909, 3826 pgs.
|2. A volume relating to
the early history of Boston : containing the Aspinwall notarial records
from 1644 to 1651. Boston: Municipal Print. Office, 1903, Aspinwall, William
|3. Boston marriages from
1752 to 1809, 1903, 719 pgs.
|4. A history of East Boston
: with biographical sketches of its early proprietors, and an appendix
Boston: J.E. Tilton and Co., 1858,Sumner, William H. 826 pgs.
|5. Shawmut, or, The settlement
of Boston by the Puritan pilgrims Boston: Strong & Brodhead, 1848,
True, Charles Kittredge 139 pgs.
|6. Storms and shipwrecks
in Boston Bay : and the record of the life savers of Hull Boston: Priv.
print., 1918, Smith, Fitz-Henry, 64 pgs.
|7. Assessors' "taking books"
of the town of Boston, 1780 Boston: Reprinted from the Bostonian Society's
Publications, 1912, 67 pgs.
|8. The aristocracy of Boston
: who they are, and what they were : being a history of the business and
business men of Boston, for the last forty years
Boston: The author, 1848,
Wilson, Thomas L. V. 34 pgs.
|9. The early settlers of
Colrain, Mass., or, Some account of ye early settlement of "Boston
Township no. 2, alias Colrain," "adjoyning on ye north sid of Deerfield"
: an address Greenfield, Mass.: W.S. Carson, printer, 1885, McClellan,
Charles H. 86 pgs.
|10. The crooked & narrow
streets of the town of Boston : 1630-1822 Boston: C.E. Lauriat Co.,
1930, c1925, Thwing, Annie Haven, 324 pgs.
|11. Chart of the descendants
of Joseph Coolidge, b. 1719, of Boston, Mass., who married Marguerite
Olivier, b. 1726, of La Rochelle, France : the names and addresses of Joseph
Coolidge (IV) and his three sons appear in the Boston directories 1789,
1796-1798, 1800 as the only families of that name permanently residing
in that city, 1898, 9 pgs.
|12. A report of the Record
Commissioners of the city of Boston : containing Dorchester births,
marriages, and deaths to the end of 1825. Boston: Rockwell and Churchill,
1891, 396 pgs.
|13. Boston mobs before the
Revolution, 1888, Peabody, Andrew P 16 pgs.
|14. Report of the "draft
riot" in Boston, July 14th, 1863 : from the diary of Major Stephen
Cabot, 1st Batt. Mass. Vol. Heavy Artillery, who had command of Cooper
Street Armory the night of the riot., 1875, Cabot, Stephen 11 pgs.
|15. The story of the great
fire, Boston, November 9-10, 1872 Boston: Shepard and Gill, 1872, 49
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