5 edition of Boston A to Z found in the catalog.
|Statement||Harvard University Press|
|Publishers||Harvard University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
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Always, as the book shows, there has been a sort of fire-and-ice dialectic between a Bostonian staidness of style on one side, and rebellion, opposition and innovation on the other. In this book, the preeminent historian of Boston, Thomas H. Geoffrey Elan Yankee 2001-04-01 A truly engaging treatment of a fascinating city.
Possible ex library copy, will have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Review: Over the years, University Historian Thomas H.
Equally informative and entertaining, and intended for natives and newcomers alike, it is an affectionate look at the life and times of a city by its foremost chronicler. O'Connor reveals that when he was a young lad his maiden aunt would take him on weekly walks through the city and explain the details of places and people, bits of history and bits of lore. In this book, the preeminent historian of Boston, Thomas H.
Who needs a water park when you have a fountain? A merging of the old and new is where we started, and it is where we are today. Review Over the years, University Historian Thomas H. The Physical Object Pagination xii, 384 Boston A to Z. While celebrating some of Boston's finest achievements, it doesn't shy away from darker episodes. This time of the year you can head bobbing and weaving on the frozen surface of the Frog Pond. That's another reason it's so good: It's personal.
Kennedy, author of Planning the City upon a Hill: Boston since 1630 About the Author• Mark Greif Times Literary Supplement 2000-11-24 O'Connor has now, in Boston A to Z, written a book about everybody's Boston.
Readers will come away appreciate a writer who treats his subject and his readers with the same degree of respect. Capturing the soul of this unique metropolis means that some compromises have to be made.
Best Sellers Rank: 4,720,257 in Books• Sam Adams who actually owned and operated a brewery when he wasn't busy riling revolutions and his cousin John only slightly more diplomatic when compared to his kinsman are reunited in this tour of the city. He is the author of numerous works on the history of Boston and New England. Since 1980 it has always been about the books.CA Copyright 2000 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Based on a detailed study of documentary evidence, much of which was newly discovered in the course of his work, Stachel debunks many of the old and some new myths about Einstein and offers novel insight into his life and work.
Nobody puts on a better Independence Day celebration than Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops! There are histories and memoirs and books which treat individual buildings and neighborhoods but nothing like this book.
This walk encompasses four centuries of Boston history.
Boston A to Z wears its learning lightly but never fails to inform as it entertains.