11 edition of History of Gardner, Massachusetts found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Lewis Glazier.|
|LC Classifications||F74.G2 G5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||163 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||01011393|
The second is a manuscript record book of the members of D. G. Farragut Post No. , Grand Army of the Republic, often including death dates. Together with a book of personal narratives and Herrick’s History of the Town of Gardner, the library is fortunate to have very good accounts of Gardner Civil War participants. Microfilm. The famous S.K. Pierce property built in is featured in the books "Haunted Massachusetts", written by Thomas D'Agostino and "Bones in the Basement: Surviving the S.K. Pierce Haunted Victorian Mansion", written by Joni Mayhan. This home has a rich history with many famous people who have spent time there such as Norman Rockwell, Calvin Coolidge, P. T. Barnum and a well known meeting .
The Paperback of the Gardner, Massachusetts (Images of America Series) by South Gardner Historical Society at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping Brand: Arcadia Publishing SC. No other book about Gardner so transported me or made me yearn to know her. None has made me feel more deeply the loss of what was stolen on Ma The Letters of .
Gardner, Massachusetts – Octo On the afternoon of Octo , a single-engine Cessna , (N), with two men aboard, was making practice “touch-and-go” landings at Gardner Airport. After making its third landing, the aircraft was taking off again when it nosed over and crashed on a dirt road near the airport. Gardner, Massachusetts Directory of Historic Places. Visit historic places in Gardner. Massachusetts has a rich collection of historical places in Gardner and beyond. From the ancient remains of native settlements, to houses of founding fathers, the civil war, and beyond, Massachusetts has plenty of history. We have the list of historical.
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History of Gardner, Massachusetts: From its Earliest Settlement to [Lewis Glazier] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
This work was reproduced from the original artifact. History of Gardner, Massachusetts,Hardcover – January 1, by Esther Gilman Moore (Author)5/5(1). History of Gardner, Massachusetts: From Its Earliest Settlement to Lewis Glazier Full view - History of Gardner, Massachusetts, by Esther Gilman Moore Published by Printed by Hatton Print.
in [Gardner, : Ecclesiastical History This work was published before January 1,and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least. History of Gardner, Massachusetts: from its earliest settlement to by Glazier, Lewis. An item in the Gardner News, published instated that “few towns in the Commonwealth enjoyed such an undisturbed prosperity in growth as Gardner.
More houses were erected there during the past year than in any other town of its population within the state, and there was the least suspension of business resulting from failures or depression of trade.”.
The new Gardner Museum website documents the storied past of Gardner, Massachusetts including the chair and furniture making industry, silver industry, and Simplex timepiece industry. The Gardner Golf course is now open for the season. Please call to book a tee time.
Read on. History of Westminster Massachusetts (first named Narragansett no. 2) from the date of the original grant of the township to the present time, ; with a biographic-genealogical register of its principal families by Heywood, William S.
(William Sweetzer), History of Gardner, Massachusetts, from its earliest settlement to Family History Library History of the town of Gardner, Worcester County, Mass. Ancestry History of the town of Gardner, Worcester County, Mass.: from the incorporation Jto the present time Family History Library.
Read History of Gardner Massachusetts From Its Earliest Settlement to absolutely for free at In the partnership of B. Heywood & Co.
was formed, composed of Benjamin, Walter and William, with Moses Wood and James W. Gates. Gardner was also the home of the Conant-Ball furniture factory. Nichols & Stone Chair Company traces their origin to in Westminster, Massachusetts.
The company moved to Gardner at the turn of the 20th : Worcester. Gardner was founded as a Free-Stater settlement in Settled primarily by emigrants from Massachusetts, it may have been named for Henry Gardner then governor of Massachusetts.
Read a poem written by one of our very own city employees in their own words regarding Gardner's history: Gardner Historical Museum. Image: Search on Google "Gardner Massachusetts maps" "History of Gardner, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to ", Lewis Glazier, & The Internet Archive.
"History of the Town of Gardner, Worcester County, Mass. From The Incorporation, JTo The Present Time.", William D Herrick, & The Internet Archive. Sylvester Pierce was a wealthy business man who achieved his fortune as the owner of the S.K.
Pierce and Sons Furniture Company. The success of the company and the furniture industry led to Gardner, Massachusetts being known as "Chair CIty".
In the late s Pierce decided he would build a mansion befitting a man of his public stature. When Gardner was incorporated he was opposed to being taken from Winchendon, and petitioned the Legislature to set him back to that town, but was refused the favor: after a few years he became reconciled, and took hold in earnest to assist others in building up the Town.
Get this from a library. History of Gardner, Massachusetts, [Esther Gilman Moore]. History of Gardner, Massachusetts By: Lewis Glazier Rs History of Gardner, Massachusetts By: Lewis Glazier Rs.1, History of Gardner, Massachusetts By: Lewis Glazier Rs.2, Recently Sold 41 % Voice and the Actor By: Cicely Berry Rs Rs 12 % Heart Songs and Other Stories By: Annie Proulx Rs.1, Rs.1, 22 % Forgiving the Unforgivable By: Beverly Flanigan Rs.1, Rs.1, Thomas Gardner was an Overseer of the "old planters" party of the Dorchester Company who landed in at Cape Ann to form a colony at what is now known as Gloucester.
Gardner is considered by some to have been the first Governor of Massachusetts, due to his being in authority in the first settlement that became the Massachusetts Bay : (aged c.
82), Salem, Massachusetts Bay Colony. The largest section of the book is the Handguns section, although the rifle and shotgun areas are quite thorough as well.
The one area that does get short shrift is H&R’s military production. The while Military chapter is a mere 3 pages long (and one of them is a full-page illustration.New Heywood Hospital Book Offers Images of its Rich History in the Gardner Community Gardner, MA - The new book Heywood Hospital was released April 9th, by Arcadia Publishing as part of its Images of America series.
With over photographs, the book celebrates the hospital as a benefactor and major employer firmly entrenched in a highly.The Levi Heywood Memorial Library, in cooperation with the Central Massachusetts Genealogical Society, is offering individual help with genealogical research.
A representative of CMGS will be in the Local History Room on Wednesday evenings from p.m. to p.m. Stop by with your family research questions.