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History of the Boston water works, from 1868 to 1876.

by Fitzgerald, Desmond

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Published by Rockwell & Churchill city printers in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Boston (Mass.) -- Water-supply

  • Edition Notes

    Preface signed: Desmond Fitzgerald.

    StatementBeing a supplement to a "History of the introduction of pure water into the city of Boston, with a description of its Cochituate waterworks, etc., 1868".
    ContributionsBoston (Mass.). Cochituate Water Board.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD225.B7 B82
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 p. l., [v]-vi p., 1 l., 290 p.
    Number of Pages290
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16337483M
    LC Control Number07009017

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    On Oct. 25, , a stream of water gushed from a fountain before , people assembled on Boston Common for the city’s great water celebration. Bells rang, rockets soared and people cheered, laughed, sang and even cried. A great civic undertaking had been completed. The Cambridge Chronicle, reporting on the celebration, noted that the citizens [ ]. Dickens, Charles, The complete works of Charles Dickens (in sixteen volumes) with photogravure and half tone illustrations from original designs (Philadelphia, Gebbie Pub. Co., [c]), illust. by Frederick Barnard (page images at HathiTrust) Dickens, Charles, The complete works of Charles Dickens in thirty volumes.

    Boston Massachusetts History [edit | edit source] Brief History [edit | edit source]. Historical Boston, then only the land of a peninsula, was a faction of the land mass it is today after massive land-fill projects of the mid- to lateth century (the rubble from the Great Boston Fire of help fill in the waterfront) and the annexing of six towns from two counties (as listed above).   Dec. 19, Charles Dickens, one of the era’s greatest writers, publishes A Christmas works from the author during this period: Oliver Twist, Great Expectations, David Copperfield.


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