Haverhill, Massachusetts: From Town to City (Images of America Series)

Haverhill, Massachusetts: From Town to City (Images of America Series)

by Patricia Trainor O'Malley, Patricai Trainor O'Malley
     
 

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In 1850, Haverhill, Massachusetts, was a small mercantile and farming town with slightly fewer than

6,000 residents. One half-century later, six times that many people called Haverhill home, and it had become an industrial center ranked as one of the top five shoe producers in the nation. The bustling downtown area featured buildings of uniform red-brick

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In 1850, Haverhill, Massachusetts, was a small mercantile and farming town with slightly fewer than

6,000 residents. One half-century later, six times that many people called Haverhill home, and it had become an industrial center ranked as one of the top five shoe producers in the nation. The bustling downtown area featured buildings of uniform red-brick construction; elegant Victorian-style houses and new municipal buildings were erected; and civic pride was very evident. This was Haverhill's "Golden Age." Patricia Trainor O'Malley of Bradford College captures the exuberance and vitality of that era with more than 200 photographs from the Haverhill Public Library Special Collections. Included in this fascinating portrait are some of the oldest-known images of downtown Haverhill from the 1850s and 1860s.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780738549712
Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing SC
Publication date:
10/28/1997
Series:
Images of America Series
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
737,054
Product dimensions:
6.50(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author


This collection is a charming sequel to Patricia O'Malley's Bradford: The End of an Era, published by Arcadia to commemorate the centennial of that town's annexation by Haverhill. Patricia O'Malley is the author of several articles and books about the area, and her insight will prove valuable to any person interested in this region's rich history.

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