New PDF release: Essex (Images of America)

By Dawn Robertson,Kurt A. Wilhelm

ISBN-10: 0738572799

ISBN-13: 9780738572796

ISBN-10: 1531647790

ISBN-13: 9781531647797

Essex is nestled at the Atlantic coast inside fantastically preserved hills, woodland, fields, and wetlands�but the serene panorama belies the town�s wealthy heritage. in keeping with culture, the 1st Essex boat was once inbuilt an attic round 1660. finally, this shipbuilding might create a thriving city because it built into one of many biggest manufacturers of fishing schooners within the nation. by means of its incorporation in 1819, Essex used to be a well known group of fishing, farming, shipbuilding, and different industries. over the years, Essex grew to become the birthplace of the fried clam, despatched a local son to the baseball significant leagues, received a Paul Revere church bell, and raised a barn that's now the oldest nonetheless in use in the United States. With a newly collected choice of classic photos, Essex finds a microcosm of yankee tradition and development, telling the tale of major patriots, marketers, Civil battle heroes, and hardworking daily citizens.

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By Dawn Robertson,Kurt A. Wilhelm

ISBN-10: 0738572799

ISBN-13: 9780738572796

ISBN-10: 1531647790

ISBN-13: 9781531647797

Essex is nestled at the Atlantic coast inside fantastically preserved hills, woodland, fields, and wetlands�but the serene panorama belies the town�s wealthy heritage. in keeping with culture, the 1st Essex boat was once inbuilt an attic round 1660. finally, this shipbuilding might create a thriving city because it built into one of many biggest manufacturers of fishing schooners within the nation. by means of its incorporation in 1819, Essex used to be a well known group of fishing, farming, shipbuilding, and different industries. over the years, Essex grew to become the birthplace of the fried clam, despatched a local son to the baseball significant leagues, received a Paul Revere church bell, and raised a barn that's now the oldest nonetheless in use in the United States. With a newly collected choice of classic photos, Essex finds a microcosm of yankee tradition and development, telling the tale of major patriots, marketers, Civil battle heroes, and hardworking daily citizens.

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