4 edition of Sandwich, the town that glass built. found in the catalog.
Sandwich, the town that glass built.
Harriot Buxton Barbour
Bibliography: p. 307-310.
|Statement||Illustrated with drawings by Robert Hallock and with photos.|
|Series||Houghton Mifflin reprint editions|
|LC Classifications||F74.S17 B3 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 318 p.|
|Number of Pages||318|
|LC Control Number||72153175|
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The Town That Glass Built. By Harriot Buxton Barbour. Boston, Mass.: Houghton Mifflin Company. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Barbour, Harriot Buxton, Sandwich, the town that glass built.
Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co., Wonderful story for glass lovers. Gives a vibrant picture of the life and living conditions of the towns people and the factory workers during a very interesting period of US history. Explores how economic and political conditions, along with changing company-management attitude effected the rise and fall of the Boston Sandwich Glass co.5/5.
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Indiana's Sandwich will be included in most Depression Glass books, Anchor Hocking's in 40's 50's 60's, Duncan's in Elegant Glass books, and poor Princess Feather usually requires a book dedicated to Westmoreland. Sandwich was the site of an early Quaker settlement and today hosts the oldest continuous Quaker Meeting in the US.
There were some conflicts with other religious groups, and so some Quakers left the town for further settlements elsewhere, including Dartmouth, of Sandwich's prominent families have Quaker ties.
Christopher Jobson. Designed by Wrocław-based artist and designer Pawel Piotrowski, the Sandwich Book is exactly what you think it is, an entire book made from pages that look like the common ingredients for a typical sandwich. The government of the Town of Sandwich will provide the public with the highest, most efficient and effective level of service with the resources available in a manner that exemplifies honesty, integrity and a commitment to public service while honoring our rich history, protecting our environment and responsibly planning for our future.
Sandwich Glass Town Cultural District. likes 3 talking about this. The Glass Town Cultural District, in the heart of Sandwich, is a picture perfect walkable Colonial village on the shores of.
Sandwich Glass Museum. The Boston & Sandwich glass factory’s products were largely pressed glass and included a remarkable range of items. 1 What pewter was for the 18th century, and plastic was for the 20th century, glass was for the 19th century – a material capable of being formed into a multitude of useful objects.
Deming Jarvis started the Boston and Sandwich Glass Factory in Sandwich was a small town on Cape Cod that was rich in fuel, had easy access to major waterways, and was located only 50 miles from Boston. When Jarvis purchased the land for the factory, he purchased the surround acres of forest so that the company would not have to pay for wood to.
The Town that Glass Built Until Sandwich was a small close-knit community of farmers and fishermen. At that time it underwent it's most dramatic change when Boston businessman Deming Jarves built a glass factory by the site of the current Boardwalk. The factory grew rapidly into one of the largest producers of glassware in the country.
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The Sandwich Historical Society and its Glass Museum collects, preserves, and interprets the history of the Town of Sandwich, MA, the oldest town on Cape Cod. A large part of Sandwich history is involved with American glass production.
The Sandwich Glass Museum has “Relit the Fires in Sandwich” with a glass furnace for hourly glass making. An illustration of a magnifying glass. An illustration of a magnifying glass. An illustration of a horizontal line over an up pointing arrow. historical sketch of the famous old town Item Preview remove-circle historical sketch of the famous old town by Sandwich Historical Society.
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Sandwich contains the highest number of listed buildings per head of population in the country and was the first town in Britain to have a preservation order placed on the entire town – the street plan has changed little since the time of Domesday in and some churches, houses and public buildings date back to the 13th Century.
The mission of the Sandwich Chamber is to promote the wealth and well-being of Sandwich business while preserving our town's natural beauty and character.
We take great pride in our community and are supported by hundreds of local businesses, individuals and volunteers who keep us running year-round.The Glass Town Cultural District is an incubator for arts, history and culture and serves as a driver for Economic Development within the District.
Who runs the Glasstown Cultural District? A steering committee, appointed by the Sandwich Board of Selectmen, oversees the development of the District as well as to administer grants and trolley.The oldest town on Cape Cod, Sandwich Village was first founded in the s, named for Sandwich, England.
First settled by around 60 families, residents constructed a Town House and gristmill. The introduction of a large glass factory then led to a major boost in the town’s population, and set the stage for decades of progress.