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A History of Howard Johnson's: How a Massachusetts Soda Fountain Became an American Icon (American Palate)
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
The iconic restaurant chain that defined Americana by introducing twenty-eight flavors of ice cream, “tendersweet” clam strips, grilled “frankforts,” and more.   Popularly known as the “Father of the Franchise Industry,” Howard Johnson delivered good food and fair prices—a winning combination that brought appreciative...
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A History of Howard Johnson's: How a Massachusetts Soda Fountain Became an American Icon (American Palate)
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
The iconic restaurant chain that defined Americana by introducing twenty-eight flavors of ice cream, “tendersweet” clam strips, grilled “frankforts,” and more.   Popularly known as the “Father of the Franchise Industry,” Howard Johnson delivered good food and fair prices—a winning combination that brought appreciative...
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A History of Howard Johnson's: How a Massachusetts Soda Fountain Became an American Icon (American Palate)
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
The iconic restaurant chain that defined Americana by introducing twenty-eight flavors of ice cream, “tendersweet” clam strips, grilled “frankforts,” and more.   Popularly known as the “Father of the Franchise Industry,” Howard Johnson delivered good food and fair prices—a winning combination that brought appreciative...
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Boston's South End
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Originally a narrow, barren strip of land known as the Neck, Boston's South End grew from a lonely sentry post and execution grounds to what is today the largest Victorian neighborhood in the United States. With the filling of the South Cove in the 1830s, the area became one of the greatest planned residential districts of its time, a...
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Boston's South End
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Originally a narrow, barren strip of land known as the Neck, Boston's South End grew from a lonely sentry post and execution grounds to what is today the largest Victorian neighborhood in the United States. With the filling of the South Cove in the 1830s, the area became one of the greatest planned residential districts of its time, a...
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Boston's South End
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Originally a narrow, barren strip of land known as the Neck, Boston's South End grew from a lonely sentry post and execution grounds to what is today the largest Victorian neighborhood in the United States. With the filling of the South Cove in the 1830s, the area became one of the greatest planned residential districts of its time, a...
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Roxbury
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Roxbury, annexed to Boston in 1867, has seen tremendous change as a result of land development and a shifting population. Today Roxbury is a �streetcar suburb� of the city and a thriving nexus of cultures, religions, and races.
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Dorchester: Volume II (Images of America)
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
In Dorchester Volume II, local author Anthony Mitchell Sammarco continues his detailed look at this diverse town that he began in Volume I, which the Boston Globe hailed as a best-seller. Founded in 1630 by Puritans, Dorchester has experienced spectacular growth over the last few centuries; the Old Colony Railroad and later the Red Line...
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Dorchester: Volume II (Images of America)
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
In Dorchester Volume II, local author Anthony Mitchell Sammarco continues his detailed look at this diverse town that he began in Volume I, which the Boston Globe hailed as a best-seller. Founded in 1630 by Puritans, Dorchester has experienced spectacular growth over the last few centuries; the Old Colony Railroad and later the Red Line...
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Dorchester: Volume II (Images of America)
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
In Dorchester Volume II, local author Anthony Mitchell Sammarco continues his detailed look at this diverse town that he began in Volume I, which the Boston Globe hailed as a best-seller. Founded in 1630 by Puritans, Dorchester has experienced spectacular growth over the last few centuries; the Old Colony Railroad and later the Red Line...
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Jamaica Plain
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Regardless of how the name came to be, many agree that Jamaica Plain is one of the loveliest areas of New England.Stories abound as to how Jamaica Plain derived its name; some trace it to the flow of rum shipments to the port of Boston following Oliver Cromwell's seizure of Jamaica in 1660, but whatever the true origin of the name, the...
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Jamaica Plain
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Regardless of how the name came to be, many agree that Jamaica Plain is one of the loveliest areas of New England.Stories abound as to how Jamaica Plain derived its name; some trace it to the flow of rum shipments to the port of Boston following Oliver Cromwell's seizure of Jamaica in 1660, but whatever the true origin of the name, the...
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Jamaica Plain
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Regardless of how the name came to be, many agree that Jamaica Plain is one of the loveliest areas of New England.Stories abound as to how Jamaica Plain derived its name; some trace it to the flow of rum shipments to the port of Boston following Oliver Cromwell's seizure of Jamaica in 1660, but whatever the true origin of the name, the...
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Forest Hills Cemetery (Images of America)
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Laid out in 1848 as a rural garden cemetery by Henry A. S. Dearborn, Forest Hills Cemetery celebrates its 160th anniversary in 2008 as Boston's premier arboretum cemetery. Since the mid-19th century, its 250 magnificent acres have been the resting place of people of all walks of life, ethnicities, religions, and races. Among these are...
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Forest Hills Cemetery (Images of America)
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Laid out in 1848 as a rural garden cemetery by Henry A. S. Dearborn, Forest Hills Cemetery celebrates its 160th anniversary in 2008 as Boston's premier arboretum cemetery. Since the mid-19th century, its 250 magnificent acres have been the resting place of people of all walks of life, ethnicities, religions, and races. Among these are...
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Forest Hills Cemetery (Images of America)
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Laid out in 1848 as a rural garden cemetery by Henry A. S. Dearborn, Forest Hills Cemetery celebrates its 160th anniversary in 2008 as Boston's premier arboretum cemetery. Since the mid-19th century, its 250 magnificent acres have been the resting place of people of all walks of life, ethnicities, religions, and races. Among these are...
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Boston's Back Bay in the Victorian Era
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
The Back Bay was one of Boston's premier residential neighborhoods between 1837 and 1901. From its quagmire beginnings and with the creation of the Boston Public Garden in the 1830s, the Back Bay was envisioned as an urbane and sophisticated streetscape of stone and brick row houses. The major center of the neighborhood became Art...
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Boston's Back Bay in the Victorian Era
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
The Back Bay was one of Boston's premier residential neighborhoods between 1837 and 1901. From its quagmire beginnings and with the creation of the Boston Public Garden in the 1830s, the Back Bay was envisioned as an urbane and sophisticated streetscape of stone and brick row houses. The major center of the neighborhood became Art...
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Boston's Back Bay in the Victorian Era
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
The Back Bay was one of Boston's premier residential neighborhoods between 1837 and 1901. From its quagmire beginnings and with the creation of the Boston Public Garden in the 1830s, the Back Bay was envisioned as an urbane and sophisticated streetscape of stone and brick row houses. The major center of the neighborhood became Art...
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Boston's West End (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Boston's old West End, now demolished, is revealed here in the history of its residents and buildings in more than 200 photographs.Within these pages, author Anthony Mitchell Sammarcobrings to life the history of Boston's West End--thearea of the city bound by the Charles River and Storrow Drive as well as North Station, City Hall Plaza...
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Boston's West End (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Boston's old West End, now demolished, is revealed here in the history of its residents and buildings in more than 200 photographs.Within these pages, author Anthony Mitchell Sammarcobrings to life the history of Boston's West End--thearea of the city bound by the Charles River and Storrow Drive as well as North Station, City Hall Plaza...
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Boston's West End (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Boston's old West End, now demolished, is revealed here in the history of its residents and buildings in more than 200 photographs.Within these pages, author Anthony Mitchell Sammarcobrings to life the history of Boston's West End--thearea of the city bound by the Charles River and Storrow Drive as well as North Station, City Hall Plaza...
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Boston: A Century of Progress
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
On March 4, 1822, the townsfolk of Boston voted to incorporate their town as the City of Boston. A great change had just taken place, but even greater changes were to come during the ensuing century, as Boston's population grew from 50,000 to 750,000 by 1922 and as it developed from a colonial town into the "Hub of the Universe." Boston:...
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Boston: A Century of Progress
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
On March 4, 1822, the townsfolk of Boston voted to incorporate their town as the City of Boston. A great change had just taken place, but even greater changes were to come during the ensuing century, as Boston's population grew from 50,000 to 750,000 by 1922 and as it developed from a colonial town into the "Hub of the Universe." Boston:...
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Boston: A Century of Progress
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
On March 4, 1822, the townsfolk of Boston voted to incorporate their town as the City of Boston. A great change had just taken place, but even greater changes were to come during the ensuing century, as Boston's population grew from 50,000 to 750,000 by 1922 and as it developed from a colonial town into the "Hub of the Universe." Boston:...
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Dorchester (Then and Now)
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
In an alternate universe, Boston's Dorchester neighborhood would be the Big City, as it was founded several months before the more famous Beantown.Established in 1630, the population grew exponentially with the ease of transportation via the Old Colony Railroad revolutionized Dorchester in the period between 1850 and the Civil War....
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Dorchester (Then and Now)
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
In an alternate universe, Boston's Dorchester neighborhood would be the Big City, as it was founded several months before the more famous Beantown.Established in 1630, the population grew exponentially with the ease of transportation via the Old Colony Railroad revolutionized Dorchester in the period between 1850 and the Civil War....
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Dorchester (Then and Now)
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
In an alternate universe, Boston's Dorchester neighborhood would be the Big City, as it was founded several months before the more famous Beantown.Established in 1630, the population grew exponentially with the ease of transportation via the Old Colony Railroad revolutionized Dorchester in the period between 1850 and the Civil War....
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Boston's North End
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Since Boston's settlement in 1630, the North End has developed from a neighborhood of residences and artisan shops. Known for the nationally important Paul Revere House, which is the oldest standing building in Boston, and the Old North Church, the North End is a destination for tourists.
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Boston's North End
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Since Boston's settlement in 1630, the North End has developed from a neighborhood of residences and artisan shops. Known for the nationally important Paul Revere House, which is the oldest standing building in Boston, and the Old North Church, the North End is a destination for tourists.
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Boston's North End
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Since Boston's settlement in 1630, the North End has developed from a neighborhood of residences and artisan shops. Known for the nationally important Paul Revere House, which is the oldest standing building in Boston, and the Old North Church, the North End is a destination for tourists.
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South Boston
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
South Boston, a peninsular extension of the Massachusetts mainland, was originally dubbed �Great Neck� by the Puritans who settled Dorchester in 1630. After the year 1804, when the town of South Boston was officially separated from Dorchester, tremendous urban development was begun according to a highly organized grid plan. Anthony...
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South Boston
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
South Boston, a peninsular extension of the Massachusetts mainland, was originally dubbed �Great Neck� by the Puritans who settled Dorchester in 1630. After the year 1804, when the town of South Boston was officially separated from Dorchester, tremendous urban development was begun according to a highly organized grid plan. Anthony...
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South Boston
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
South Boston, a peninsular extension of the Massachusetts mainland, was originally dubbed �Great Neck� by the Puritans who settled Dorchester in 1630. After the year 1804, when the town of South Boston was officially separated from Dorchester, tremendous urban development was begun according to a highly organized grid plan. Anthony...
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Charlestown
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Images of America: Charlestown explores this historic city's rich and fascinating history through photographs.Originally settled in 1629, Charlestown became well-known as the scene of the pivotal Revolutionary Battle of Bunker Hill, actually fought on Breed's Hill. Recovering from a devastating fire at the hands of the British soon after...
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Charlestown
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Images of America: Charlestown explores this historic city's rich and fascinating history through photographs.Originally settled in 1629, Charlestown became well-known as the scene of the pivotal Revolutionary Battle of Bunker Hill, actually fought on Breed's Hill. Recovering from a devastating fire at the hands of the British soon after...
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Charlestown
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Images of America: Charlestown explores this historic city's rich and fascinating history through photographs.Originally settled in 1629, Charlestown became well-known as the scene of the pivotal Revolutionary Battle of Bunker Hill, actually fought on Breed's Hill. Recovering from a devastating fire at the hands of the British soon after...
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Cambridge (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Uncover the history of Cambridge, Massachusetts through vintage images in this pictorial history.Settled as New Towne in 1631, Cambridge was referred to by Wood, a seventeenth-century chronicler, as "one of the neatest and best compacted towns in New England." The founding of Harvard College in 1636 was to ensure the town's notoriety, as...
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Cambridge (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Uncover the history of Cambridge, Massachusetts through vintage images in this pictorial history.Settled as New Towne in 1631, Cambridge was referred to by Wood, a seventeenth-century chronicler, as "one of the neatest and best compacted towns in New England." The founding of Harvard College in 1636 was to ensure the town's notoriety, as...
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Cambridge (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Uncover the history of Cambridge, Massachusetts through vintage images in this pictorial history.Settled as New Towne in 1631, Cambridge was referred to by Wood, a seventeenth-century chronicler, as "one of the neatest and best compacted towns in New England." The founding of Harvard College in 1636 was to ensure the town's notoriety, as...
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Roslindale
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Once referred to as the "Suburb Superb," Roslindale was at one time part of the town of West Roxbury, which had been set off from Roxbury in 1851. The rapid development of Roslindale, which was annexed to the city of Boston in 1874 and was then known as the South Street District, was largely due to the Boston and Providence Railroad and...
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Roslindale
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Once referred to as the "Suburb Superb," Roslindale was at one time part of the town of West Roxbury, which had been set off from Roxbury in 1851. The rapid development of Roslindale, which was annexed to the city of Boston in 1874 and was then known as the South Street District, was largely due to the Boston and Providence Railroad and...
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Roslindale
by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Once referred to as the "Suburb Superb," Roslindale was at one time part of the town of West Roxbury, which had been set off from Roxbury in 1851. The rapid development of Roslindale, which was annexed to the city of Boston in 1874 and was then known as the South Street District, was largely due to the Boston and Providence Railroad and...
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