Contains 9 Results:
Typescripts, essays and notes. "Landmarks and Local Names in Kingston, Mass." EFD's annotation of Thomas Bradford Drew. "Local Place Names" with index. Notes on the Landing Place, Bildad Washburn lands, Salt Rock, Sparking Rock.
Sketch and tracing maps of particular areas of Kingston, showing streets, roads and trails; industries; natural resources; the Jones River and its tributaries; town boundaries; and residents and property owners by name, from the 17th century through the 19th.
Sketch and traced maps showing propery ownership and transfers, with references to specific individuals families and indivisduals, and to transactions in the Plymouth Registry of Deeds, sometimes with coresponding book and page numbers.
Notes about old maps including Latham map and "map at the Statehouse" and map of Kingston created for Civic Progress. Notes about properties with deeds listed by book and page numbers.
Two handwritten manuscripts "Pilgrimage #1. Old Cellar Holes: A Tour" (includes a map) and "Second Pilgrimage... to Early Sites in Kingston, Mass." both "taken on August 14, 1923 with Mr. Walter H. Faunce, "then almost 91 years old."
"A paper prepared for the Jones River Village Club Inc. of Kingston, Mass., part of which were read at a regular meeting of the club on the evening of April 8, 1933." Narrative describing the origin of the names of districts, natural features (rivers, ponds, hills), streets, and other named areas of Kingston.