History of the Town of Princeton, in the County of Worcester and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1759-1915: 2
This book is a comprehensive history of the town of Princeton, Massachusetts from its founding in 1759 to 1915. Drawing on a wide range of primary and secondary sources, the author provides valuable insights into the town's political, economic, and social history, and its evolution over time. A must-read for history buffs, residents of Princeton, or anyone interested in the history of small towns in America.
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History of the Town of Princeton: In the County of Worcester and ..., Volume 2
Francis Everett Blake
Affichage du livre entier - 1915