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history of old Braintree and Quincy

William S. Pattee

history of old Braintree and Quincy

with a sketch of Randolph and Holbrook, by William S. Pattee, M.D.

by William S. Pattee

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Published by Green & Prescott in Quincy [Mass.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Braintree (Mass.) -- History,
  • Quincy (Mass.) -- History,
  • Holbrook (Mass.),
  • Randolph (Mass.)

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 660 p.
    Number of Pages660
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16304706M


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A history of old Braintree and Quincy: with a sketch of Randolph and Holbrook / by William S. Pattee by Pattee, William S. (William Samuel).

4nPages: Excerpt from A History of Old Braintree and Quincy: With a Sketch of Randolph and Holbrook The compiler of this history of old Braintree and Quincy has endeavored to give a correct and faithful account of it.

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William Samuel Pattee. Green & Prescott, - Braintree (Mass.) - pages. 2 Reviews. Preview this book Reviews: 2. A Brief history of the town of Braintree: in Massachusetts, U.S.A., Family History Library.

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Pattee Item Preview. Braintree is a town in Essex, principal settlement of Braintree District, it is located 10 miles (16 km) northeast of Chelmsford and 15 miles (24 km) west of ing to the Census, the town had a population of 41, while the urban area, which includes Great Notley, Rayne and High Garrett, had a population of 53, Country: England.

An book titled A History of Old Braintree and Quincy, With a Sketch of Randolph and Holbrook by William S. Pattee. This local history book was published in by Green & Prescott of Quincy, Massachusetts.

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(William Samuel). History of old Braintree and Quincy. Excerpt from: “The Genealogical History of Henry Adams of Braintree, Mass., and his Descendants, also John Adams of Cambridge, Mass, ” This is transcribed exactly as it appears in the book.

I take responsibility for any errors on my site. History of Braintree, Massachusetts (): the north precinct of Braintree () and the town of Quincy () A history of old Braintree and Quincy: with a sketch of Randolph and Holbrook by William S.

Pattee. History of Norfolk County, Massachusetts, Volume One; Volume Two. First settled inand incorporated inthe Town of Braintree has a long and distinguished history.

"Old Braintree," which originally encompassed what is now Braintree, Quincy, Randolph, and Holbrook, was the birthplace of John Adams, John Hancock, John Quincy Adams, and Sylvanus : Arcadia Publishing SC.

interest. In present Braintree, from the days when it was Monatiquot Village and then the Middle Precinct of Old Braintree, there was a succession of mills on the Farm and Monatiquot Rivers. Present Quincy, however, the original center and then the North Precinct of the old town, is a distinct Size: 1MB.

About Discover Quincy. As the official destination marketing organization for the City of Quincy, Discover Quincy is a non-profit, public-private partnership funded by both the City of Quincy and the businesses that invest in advertising in the annual Visitor Guide & Map and works in partnership with the Quincy Chamber of Commerce.

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Patte by William Samuel Pattee atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. Inhe published a book titled “Quincy, Massachusetts: A Political History " “I’ve had a great life and I just wanted to share some of what I Author: Mary Whitfill. A commemorative discourse pronouced at Quincy, (Boston, J.

Munroe and company, ), by George Whitney (page images at HathiTrust) A history of old Braintree and Quincy, (Quincy [Mass.] Green & Prescott, ), by William Samuel Pattee (page images at HathiTrust) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. In Edward Pierce, a Dorchester carpenter, built a mansion for Josiah Quincy.

The house was Quincy’s third home in what was then known as Braintree; the first two were destroyed by fire, the second just the year before. Quincy House was originally surrounded by fields and pasture overlooking Quincy Bay.

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(William Samuel). History of old Braintree and Quincy. Quincy [Mass.]: Green. “Braintree,” by historian and former selectman John Dennehy, shows the places and faces of Braintree from the s to the s. “Putting the book together was a labor of love, because I Author: Fred Hanson.

John Quincy Adams () served as the 6th U.S. president, from to He was the son of former president John Adams, a Founding Father. Quincy Adams was outspoken in his opposition to.

Braintree presents images from the archives of the Braintree Historical Society and includes many previously unpublished settled inand incorporated inthe Town of Braintree has a long and distinguished history.

Old Braintree, which originally encompassed what is now Braintree, Quincy, Randolph, and Holbrook, was Brand: John A Dennehy. Founded in and incorporated inthe Braintree Historical Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the care, preservation and communication of Town of Braintree history its background and its people, by way of reference materials and photographs, historic structures, publications, special programs, and an extensive collection of artifacts.

A BRIEF HISTORY OF BRAINTREE. SETTLEMENT AND COMMERCE. The history of Braintree begins at least 4, years ago, the earliest concentrated settlements being near the River Brain in the Skitts Hill area, and around the present crossroads at the junction of the A This latter area became the focus of the Roman Town,File Size: KB.

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MASSACHUSETTS: NORFOLK: A HISTORY OF OLD BRAINTREE AND QUINCY, WITH A SKETCH OF RANDOLPH AND HOLBROOK. BY W. PATTEE. MA MA $ $ (save 5%) History Of Braintree, Massachusetts (), The North Precinct Of Braintree () And The Town Of Quincy (). As the birthplace of John Adams, John Quincy Adams and John Hancock, Quincy has long been recognized for the pivotal role her native sons and daughters played in the fight for American independence.

It was John Adams – the “Atlas of Independence” – who championed the dream of a new nation on American soil, a country built upon the principles of freedom, justice and a.

History of Braintree, Massachusetts (): The North Precinct of Braintree () and the Town of Quincy (). Charles Francis Adams Printed at the Riverside Press, - Braintree (Mass.) - pages. United First Parish Church, once known as the Old Stone Temple, has a rich history in both the social and religious community.

Known today as the Church of the Presidents, United First Parish Church is the burial place of Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams and First Ladies Abigail Adams and Louisa Catherine Adams.

Inthe building was renovated by the Quincy Historical Society and is now home to the new Quincy History Museum. The museum's exhibit - titled Quincy: Of Stone, Of Ships, of Minds, offers a comprehensive look at the city's history from Native American times up through the early 21 st century.

Adams Academy/Quincy Historical Society. Tuition is free for students from Old Braintree (Braintree, Quincy, Randolph, and Holbrook) and $75/year for all others. Physics and chemistry teacher Charles Pitkin came to Thayer after teaching chemistry at the U.S. Torpedo Station in Newport, R.I., and Harvard.

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Braintree, MA - Lifelong Braintree resident and historian John A. Dennehy presented highlights from his book, "Images of America -- Braintree," as part of Thayer Public Library's author series. Work in Progress - Editors needed for Histories of Old Braintree + Quincy, Weymouth, Cohasset, Scituate, Attleboro, Norton, Taunton, Framingham, North Bridgewater (Brockton), and Dover Families - History of Weymouth.In honor of the Quincy Historical Society's th anniversary authors Dan Simmons, Wayne Miller, and Corinne Waite explore the creation of "A Quincy Book of Days", a treasury of facts, anecdotes, and observations from Quincy's history for every day of the year, including leap year/5(9).This publication is issued under the authority of a vote passed by the NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, 6 November,as follows: Voted: That the sum of $20, from the bequest of the late Robert Henry Eddy, be set aside as a special fund to be called the Eddy Town Record Fund, for the sole purpose of punlishing the Vital Records of the towns of .