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Ipswich Revisited: 1. Tell the Publisher! Product description About the Author Founded in , the Ipswich Historical Society operates two museums on the South Village Green the John Whipple House and the Heard House Museum and provides lectures and other educational programs for its membership and the public. For this project, the Ipswich Historical Society was fortunate to augment its rich historical photograph collection with selections from major collections of individuals and institutions.
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These vivid images, together with writer William M. Varrell's gift for local history stories, create a delightful picture of this historic town.
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The "Images of America" series is just that: mostly photographs, not a lot of information. But since my ancestors were important to the lace and hosiery trade during the industrial age in Ipswich, it meant a lot to me to see pictures of places they lived and worked. Can't wait to take Just received this one too.
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In 19 countries, those with higher levels of education are more likely than those with less education to think trade creates jobs. The changes due to this adjustment are very minor and do not materially change the analysis of the report. About Pew Research Center Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping the world.
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