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562 Main Street Watertown, MA
562 Main Street Watertown, MA
 
 
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baptism church
baptism church
 
 
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baptism church
baptism church
 
 
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baptism church
baptism church
 
 
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Columbus family home (circa 1905)
Columbus family home (circa 1905)
 
 
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Columbus House 2020
Columbus House 2020
 
 
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Dedham, MA
Dedham, MA
 
 
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Deerfield Massachusetts
Deerfield Massachusetts
 
 
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Emily Dalmbert home
Emily Dalmbert home
Columbus, Indiana 
 
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Garden Street in Wethersfield, CT
Garden Street in Wethersfield, CT
 
 
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Hopestill Leland House Sherborn, MA 1702
Hopestill Leland House Sherborn, MA 1702
 
 
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Ipswich, Massachusetts
Ipswich, Massachusetts
 
 
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Judengasse Frankfurt
Judengasse Frankfurt
 
 
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Kingston, NY
Kingston, NY
 
 
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Littleton, MA
Littleton, MA
Drawn about 1847
Text accompanying Picture entitled "Lawrence House abt 1847": Historical sketches of some members of the Lawrence family. By Robert Means Lawrence. interleaved at p. 28. Adapted from a painting by H.I. Brown. THE "OLD LAWRENCE FARM" AND LANDS IN LITTLETON. More than two hundred years ago Peleg Lawrence purchased from the Nashobah Indians a tract of land adjacent to the south-eastern boundary of old Groton township, and now in Littleton. He also owned other lands in the neighborhood. On April 1, 1717, Capt. Jonathan Prescott, "Prof of Phy[sick] & Chir[urgery]," Capt. Joseph Bulkley of Concord, and Isaac Powers, a committee of the Littleton proprietors, conveyed by a deed to Eleazer Lawrence one hundred and twenty-three acres of land in the north-west part of Littleton, of which eighty-eight acres were for a house-lot " whereon the saw-mill now stands." 1 Again, in the year 1728, Eleazer Lawrence purchased of Robert Robbins all of the latter's real estate in Littleton; and twenty years afterwards he conveyed to his son, Capt. David Lawrence, the homestead, with one hundred and thirty acres of land, of which the north-western boundary was "Groton old line," — "always reserving to my own use and to the use and improvement of Mary my wife and to the Longest Liver of us the Improvement of the Dwelling I now live in and the Barn and all the Land that is now under my improvement." The above extracts have been selected, because, together with facts mentioned later, they seem to prove conclusively that the homestead just described is identical with the place in Littleton still known as the "old Lawrence Farm," which originally extended northerly as far as Forge Pond. 
 
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Owned by James Hart
Owned by James Hart
 
 
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Par James Steakley — Travail personnel, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=15676179
Par James Steakley — Travail personnel, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=15676179
 
 
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Petersen family grocery
Petersen family grocery
W 150th & Olcott Ave East Chicago, IN 
 
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Residence of Thomas Hillborn by Edward Hicks. The Hillborn Farm, Newtown Township, Bucks County, PA.
Residence of Thomas Hillborn by Edward Hicks. The Hillborn Farm, Newtown Township, Bucks County, PA.
The noted Quaker folk artist Edward Hicks (1780-1849) painted a picture of Thomas Hilborn's residence in Bucks County. 
 
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Robert Pierce House Dorchester
Robert Pierce House Dorchester
24 Oakton Avenue
Dorchester, Mass. 
 
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William and Jeanette Stevens home
William and Jeanette Stevens home
1202 E South St. South Bend, IN  
 
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