story of the Fall River line, 1847-1937.

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A story of the Fall River line, to by Winston_ Daoma Interesting story about the industry in my own area from 4 generations back. Also has news of other areas of the country. Love the areas of the East Passage of Narragansett Bay as the ship heads out to the ocean.4/5(1).

A story of the Fall River line, to by Winston_ Daoma Interesting story about the industry in my own area from 4 generations back.

Also has news of other areas of the country. Love the areas of the East Passage of Narragansett Bay as the ship heads out to the ocean/5.

Title: A Story of the Fall River Line to Author(s): Daoma Winston ISBN: / (USA edition) Publisher: St Martins PrAuthor: Daoma Winston.

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An illustration of two photographs. A story of the Fall River line, to Item Preview remove-circlePages: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 24 cm: Other Titles: Fall River Line, to Responsibility: Daoma Winston. “The Fall River Line was a combination steamboat and railroad connection between New York City and Boston that operated between and It consisted of a railroad journey between Boston and Fall River, Massachusetts, where passengers would then board steamboats for the journey through Narraganset Bay and Long Island Sound to the line's own Hudson River dock in Manhattan.

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Lizzie Borden [] was tried and acquitted for the axe murders of her father and 1847-1937. book in Fall River, Massachusetts. Speculation continues today about the sensational case that produced a famous nursery rhyme. Although she was acquitted, no one else was ever charged with the murders, and Borden lived out her life in Fall ed immediately after Borden's sensational.

The Fall River Line was a combination steamboat and railroad connection between New York City and Boston that operated between and It consisted of a railroad journey between Boston and Fall River, Massachusetts, where passengers would then board steamboats for the journey through Narragansett Bay and Long Island Sound to the line's own Hudson River dock in Manhattan.

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For much of its history, the city of Fall River, Massachusetts has been defined by the rise and fall of its cotton textile industry. From its beginnings as a rural outpost of the Plymouth Colony, the city grew to become the largest textile producing center in the United States during the 19th century, with over one hundred mills in operation by Even with the demise of local textile.

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Fall River in the Fabulous Forties (The Years to ) Just Rambling Around Old Fall River. The Fall River Line ( – ) was a combination steamboat and railroad connection between New York City and Boston. It consisted of a railroad journey between Boston and Fall River, Massachusetts, where passengers would then board steamboats for the journey through Narragansett Bay and Long Island Sound to the line’s own Hudson River dock in Manhattan.

Summit Books. $ when he was growing up in a family of declining fortunes in the once prosperous mill town of Fall River, Mass., during the 's and 40's. I pulled in the sheet line. TIVERTON — Forty years have now passed since Lyla J. Poitras vanished from her Tiverton house sometime late on J Just over two weeks later, crews cutting grass along William Canning Boulevard about 40 yards from the Stafford Road intersection found the year-old woman’s body in thick underbrush about 40 feet in from the road (not far from the Fall River line and the casino.

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a history of the borden murders. _____ a plain statement of the material facts pertaining to the most famous crime of the century, including the story of the arrest and preliminary trial of miss lizzie a. borden and a full report of the superior court trial, with a hitherto unpublished account of the renowned trickey-mchenry affair.

McADAM, Roger Williams. THE OLD FALL RIVER LINE An account of the renowned steamship Line. Illustrated. Brattleboro, Vermont: Stephen Daye Press, 8vo., brick-colored cloth in dust jacket; pages.

First Edition. Very Good (contents clean & tight, very minor browning endpapers); some edgewear & soil (price-clipped) d/j.

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