Kingston, the Jones River village as seen by Emily Drew
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Published by Jones River Press in Plymouth, Mass .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Kingston (Mass. : Town),
  • Massachusetts,
  • Kingston (Town)

Subjects:

  • Historic sites -- Massachusetts -- Kingston (Town),
  • Dwellings -- Massachusetts -- Kingston (Town),
  • Kingston (Mass. : Town) -- History.,
  • Kingston (Mass. : Town) -- Pictorial works.,
  • Kingston (Mass. : Town) -- Biography.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementediting and annotations by Doris M. Johnson.
ContributionsJohnson, Doris M.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF74.K5 D75 1995
The Physical Object
Pagination83 p. :
Number of Pages83
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL821988M
ISBN 10096287387X
LC Control Number95076286
OCLC/WorldCa34974560

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  Kingston: The Jones River Village As Seen by Emily Drew: Being an Illustrated Vignet Te Presented by Emily Drew to the Jones River Village Club on Feb. 26, Drew, Emily, Johnson, Doris M.: : BooksAuthor: Emily Drew. Historian and photographer Emily Fuller Drew is most remembered for the enormous amount of work she contributed to preserving the history of the town of Kingston, Massachusetts. Leaving an unsurpassed collection of more than lanternslides, she photographed existing images that were decaying to preserve the informational content. Kinston: the Jone River Village by Drew, Emily. Plymouth, MA: Jones River Press, Fine Book As New null An illustrated vignette presented by Emily Drew to the Jones River Village Club on plus her research on houses of Kingston Center. Editing and annotations by Doris M. Johnson. Engravings, bw photos, houses, churches, citizens of Kingston, MA. 9 x 6". Follow Emily Drew and explore their bibliography from 's Emily Drew Author Page.

Buy Kingston: The Jones River Village As Seen by Emily Drew: Being an Illustrated Vignet Te Presented by Emily Drew to the Jones River Village Club on Feb. 26, by Drew, Emily, Johnson, Doris M. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book . In her description of Kingston place names, Emily Fuller Drew tells us that Colonel Thomas’ Hill is located from the Great Bridge up the slope, going south of the River. This hill was named for the Thomas family whose home was located on the hill. That’s  this house. By the river and beyond: History and humor from the mountains of East Tennessee [Jones, William Nathan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. By the river and beyond: History and humor from the mountains of East TennesseeReviews: 2. Town post, Photographer: Emily Fuller Drew. From Emily Fuller Drew’s card file: In early days, all public meetings both religion and secular were held in the old meeting house and all notices of meetings were posted on the front of the meeting house for parish and town were one.

With Thanksgiving in just a few days, check out these negatives taken by noted Kingston historian and photographer, Emily Fuller Drew (), on a freezing Thanksgiving Day in Jones River at “the leaning tree,” Thanksgiving Curve of the Jones River, Thanksgiving Jones River “from the river path,” Thanksgiving The tour of Evergreen Cemetery planned by the Jones River Village Historical Society for this Saturday, October 4, has been postponed.. As a small consolation, here are few interesting tombstones, headstones, gravestones, or as the Thesaurus of Graphic Materials from the Library of Congress would have it, Tombs & sepulchral monuments from Kingston’s Old Burying Ground.   The Story of Jones River in Pilgrim Plymouth, – which in the latter year became Kingston, Massachusetts. Text by Sarah Y. Bailey Photographs by Emily F. Drew Published by the Kingston Branch of the Alliance of Unitarian Woman, View “The Story of Jones River” (52 pages – PDF) >>. The Point, at the junction of Main and Summer Streets, One of the many lantern slides collected by Emily Fuller Drew for the Jones River Village Historical Society, this image shows the Point, where Summer Street peels away from Main Street. It was the center of Kingston before the railroad came through.