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The North Shore : a social history of summers among the noteworthy, fashionable, rich, eccentric, and ordinary on Boston's Gold Coast

Author: Joseph E Garland
Publisher: Beverly, Mass. : Commonwealth Editions, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st ed
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Gloucester author Joe Garland's affectionate history of America's most civilized resort.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph E Garland
ISBN: 1889833045 9781889833040
OCLC Number: 38485908
Notes: "Portions of this work were originally published in Boston's North Shore (Little, Brown, 1978) and Boston's Gold Coast (Little, Brown, 1981)"--Title page verso.
Map on lining papers.
Description: xi, 392 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
Contents: Summer pioneers at Nahant --
Enter the iron monster --
Beverly and Manchester are all but subdued --
Gloucester keeps on fishing --
Marblehead succumbs as Swampscott hums --
Yachting gets serious --
Nahant out-Bostons Boston --
The gold coast --
Round the cape --
You can have all your coneys --
The century turns --
Arks that pass in the night --
Thank God for the greenheads --
A tale of two islands --
King of clubs --
Look out, Mr. Frick's coming! --
Hail to the chief, and farewell --
A certain air of uncertainty --
Tous et tout pour la France --
Prohibition, a prince and a president --
Painted place and painted face --
Continuity.
Responsibility: Joseph E. Garland.

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Gloucester author Joe Garland's affectionate history of America's most civilized resort.

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