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Legendary Locals of Newtown

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Since its inception in 1705, Newtown has been an agricultural community at heart. Small, self-sufficient, subsistence farms grew but not substantially enough to overcome competition from the South and Midwest. Men like Ezra Johnson continued to farm until the beginning of the 20th century; others turned to dairy farming, like Israel Nezvesky, or to wholesale nursery operations, like Charles Newman, or to viniculture, like Morgan McLaughlin. Industry made contributions to Newtowns economic landscape in the 19th century ...

Legendary Locals of Newtown 2013, Legendary Locals

ISBN-13: 9781467100717

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