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Hingham, Massachusetts (Postcard History Series)

Hingham, Massachusetts (Postcard History Series)

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by James F. Pierotti, Scott Wahle
     
 

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The established neighborhoods of Hingham make up a seashore community that has retained much of its historic charm. The Old Derby Academy, Old Ordinary Tavern, and the Old Ship Meetinghouse church are all local treasures. A

trip down Main Street affords extraordinary views of fine Victorian homes and Colonial farmhouses. Hingham was also home to the U.S. armed

Overview


The established neighborhoods of Hingham make up a seashore community that has retained much of its historic charm. The Old Derby Academy, Old Ordinary Tavern, and the Old Ship Meetinghouse church are all local treasures. A

trip down Main Street affords extraordinary views of fine Victorian homes and Colonial farmhouses. Hingham was also home to the U.S. armed forces buildup during World Wars I and II. This Colonial settlement truly remains a celebrated all-American town.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780738537818
Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing SC
Publication date:
06/15/2005
Series:
Postcard History Series
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
1,154,058
Product dimensions:
6.58(w) x 9.28(h) x 0.32(d)

Meet the Author


James Pierotti, a graduate of Babson College and the owner of the Cinnamon Bear Cafe in Hingham Square, is a member of the Hingham Historical Society and the Friends of Downtown Historic Hingham. His preservation work with the Massachusetts Historic Commission secured the listing for Bent's Cookie Factory, owned by his family, on the National Register of Historic Places. Hingham resident Scott Wahle is a news coanchor on CBS4 in Boston.

James Pierotti, a graduate of Babson College and the owner of the Cinnamon Bear Cafe in Hingham Square, is a member of the Hingham Historical Society and the Friends of Downtown Historic Hingham. His preservation work with the Massachusetts Historic Commission secured the listing for Bent's Cookie Factory, owned by his family, on the National Register of Historic Places. Hingham resident Scott Wahle is a news coanchor on CBS4 in Boston.

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