The Golden Age of Hull: Old Home Week, Neighbors and Gala Days

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The History Press, 2006 - History - 123 pages
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Lifelong resident and columnist John Galluzzo, recalls those days of splendor on the Nantasket shore as well as some of the forgotten episodes of local history that took place in many of Hull's proud neighborhoods, from Waveland to Allerton to the Village and beyond. Transient faces both famous and infamous have left their mark on the community, all the while respecting the presence of prominent families that have claimed Hull as their own since the early 1600s.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
9
Introduction
11
A Notebook in an Attic
13
Neighbors
17
Diversity
23
Wrecker Lifesaver Hero
27
Connected End to End
33
Thompsons Wall
38
The Father of American Bicycling
70
Four Centuries of Fish
75
HD Corey and His Wonderful Horseless Carriage
81
Old Home Week
89
Small Town Big Heart
96
Gala Days
100
Childe Harold
104
A Bit of Hull History Heads to Sea
110

The Champ Leaves His Mark on Hull
42
A Tormented Soul
50
Elegance Unparalleled
57
Steamboats Ashore
63
Pebbles on the Hill
67
Change
114
Bibliography
121
About the Author
125
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About the author (2006)

John Galluzzo is the author of more than 35 books on the history and nature of Massachusetts, the northeast and the Coast Guard. He writes for the Hull Times, Scituate Mariner, and South Shore Living on a regular basis, devoting his full-time energies to the South Shore Natural Science Center where he is director of education.

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