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Very Good in Good dust jacket. 0821206540. Xii, 209,  pages, well illustrated, cloth, DJ, 8-1/2 by 11 inches, very good. "Overgrown with vines and worn by many winters, the ruins of New England often possess a somber beauty akin to the great ruins of Europe. Each one has a story to tell of a nearly forgotten trade, industry, or way of life from the days when New England's farms, ships, mines, and factories supplied all that a young nation needed. In his narrative, William F. Robinson evokes this heyday and opens our eyes to the wealth of its remains-milestones, canals, schools, churches, farms, animal pounds, mills, lumber camps, tanneries, resorts, mines, ironworks, kilns, factories, gasholder houses, coastal schooners, ropewalks, and railroads. " SR905OS; 209 pages.
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