Smithsonian Guides to Historic America: Southern New England - Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island
Stewart, Tabori and Chang, Mar 15, 1998 - Travel - 415 pages
In the SMITHSONIAN GUIDES TO HISTORIC AMERICA series. Includes up-to-date site information, maps and colour illustrations of the region. The revised edition includes new sites and museums as well as being expanded to include other historic and cultural attractions.
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Adams American architecture artifacts Avenue battle Beacon Hill Boston brick British building built Bulfinch Cape Cod Captain cemetery Charles Charles Bulfinch Church city's collection colonial Concord Connecticut River Daily Daniel Chester French decorative designed displays early East eighteenth eighteenth-century England Essex exhibits farming fishing French furnishings furniture Gothic Revival granite Greek Revival Green Hall harbor Hartford Harvard Hawthorne Henry Henry Hobson Richardson Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Historic District Historical Society Indians John land Lexington lived Main Street mansion Massachusetts mills Monument Museum Nathaniel Hawthorne Newport nineteenth century North oldest opposite original overleaf paintings Park Patriots Paul Revere Peabody Essex Museum Pequot Pilgrims Plymouth Quincy restored Revolution Revolutionary Rhode Island Road Route Salem Samuel settlement settlers ship shore South Square stone style Tavern telephone town town's trade village Wampanoag Washington West Wethersfield whaling William wrote