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History of Quincy, Mass. : pamphlets.

Author: Charles Francis AdamsGeorge Washington AdamsJohn Quincy AdamsChristopher Pearse CranchSolomon LincolnAll authors
Publisher: [Quincy, Mass. : Thomas Crane Public Library, binder?], 1823-1878.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Francis Adams; George Washington Adams; John Quincy Adams; Christopher Pearse Cranch; Solomon Lincoln; William P Lunt; Edward Payson Thwing; Thomas Crane Public Library.
OCLC Number: 46712783
Notes: Title supplied by cataloger ; page sizes vary.
Items published separately from 1823 to 1878 and bound together.
Includes index in typescript ; handwritten table of contents.
Description: 1 v. (various pagings) ; 22 cm.
Contents: Our forefather's song --
Ode, on the two hundredth anniversary of the incorporation of Braintree / written for the occasion by Mrs. L.H. Sigourney (1840) --
Address delivered before the members of the schools, and the citizens of Quincy, July 4, 1856 / Charles Francis Adams (1856) --
Address on the occasion of opening the new town hall in Braintree, July 29, 1858 / Charles Francis Adams (1858) --
Oration delivered at Quincy on the fifth of July, 1824 / George Washington Adams (1824) --
Deeds and other documents relating to the several pieces of land and to the library presented to the town of Quincy by President Adams together with a catalogue of the books (1823) --
Oration addressed to the citizens of the town of Quincy on the fourth of July, 1831, the fifty-fifth anniversary of the independence of the United States of America / John Quincy Adams (1831) --
Centennial celebration at Braintree, Mass., July 4, 1876 (1877) --
Elementary instruction, an address delivered before the schools and the citizens of the town of Quincy, July 4, 1837 / Charles Brooks (1837) --
"Pome" dedicated to the village barber and deputy chief of police / Benj. F.B. --
A poem delivered in the First Congregational Church in the town of Quincy, May 25, 1840, the two hundredth anniversary of the incorporation of the town / Christopher Pearse Cranch (1840) --
Menevian Argillites at Braintree, Mass. / W.W. Dodge --
A commemorative address to the young men of Quincy, pronounced May 25, 1840 on the second centennial anniversary of the original incorporation of the town / John Gregory (1840) --
An oration delivered before the citizens of the town of Quincy on the fourth of July, 1835, the fifty-ninth anniversary of the independence of the United States of America / Solomon Lincoln (1835) --
Two discourses, delivered September 29, 1839 on occasion of the two hundredth anniversary of the gathering of the First Congregational Church, Quincy; with an appendix / William P. Lunt --
The Sailors' Snug Harbor of Boston: its origin and condition (1860) --
A voice from the battlefield: a discourse delivered at Quincy, Oct. 5, 1862, occasioned by the death of Henry A. Holden, of the 13th Reg. Mass. Vols. / Rev. Edward P. Thwing (1862) --
Notes on the petrography of Quincy and Rockport / M.E. Wadsworth (1878) --
An historical sketch of the Old Church, Quincy, Mass. / Frederic A. Whitney (1864) --
Some account of the early history and present state of the town of Quincy, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts / George Whitney --
Commemorative discourse pronounced at Quincy, Mass., 25 May, 1840 on the second centennial anniversary of the ancient incorporation of the town, with an appendix / George Whitney --
The great dike at Hough's Neck, Quincy, Mass. / John Eliot Wolff (1862) --
Index to An address on the occasion of the opening of the new town hall in Braintree by Charles Francis Adams.

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