Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Milton James” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 6.:
...now. There were a few beaches where seines were set for catching alewives; wagon loads of these were often taken, salted, and shipped south. A few shad were captured in this way. Joseph and Milton James , before 1845, had a lumber yard on Main street, at the southwest corner of the bridge. Mr. Joseph James lived just south of the yard, where Ames' paint shop, No. 49 Main street, stands. About 18...
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