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founding of Marblehead
Thomas E. Gray
|Statement||by Thomas E. Gray ; foreword by W. Hammond Bowden.|
|LC Classifications||F74.M3 G69 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 193 p. :|
|Number of Pages||193|
|LC Control Number||84081978|
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On the back of the photo is written: "Old Tucker House - first house in Marblehead - ". There is also an indication from Thomas Gray's book, "The Founding of Marblehead", page , that the building was originally located at Front Street, which is also a lot, between Selman and Franklin Streets. See Subjects. Samuel Cheever, who had begun his tenure in Marblehead in , was called as pastor. The meetinghouse used by First Church predated the founding of the church by 25 years, with a tax for the building of the meetinghouse being raised in and built in on Old Burial Hill. Various additions were made to expand the building and its capacity.
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Marblehead has a long and storied history. Numerous books describe the original native American inhabitants, colonial settlement by the English starting about and subsequent history as a fishing, shoe manufacturing, summer resort and yachting capital.
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Object Name: Book Collection: General Collection Summary/Description "The Founding of Marblehead" endevors to analyze the relationship between Marblehead, and other plantations and inhabitants, and sets out to answer the questions; who were Marblehead's first inhabitants, what was their origin, and founding of Marblehead book did Marblehead come to be.
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