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Charles A. Nelson , A. M., Waltham, past, present and its industries, with an historical sketch of Watertown from its settlement in 1630 to the incorporation of Waltham, January 15, 1739. 2 0 Browse Search
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ipley, 109. Appleton, Nahan, encourages cotton manufacture, 130; first agent for selling goods, 131. Appleton, Tracey & Co. purchase watch factory, 136. Arbella (the), the admiral of Winthrop's fleet, 12 n. 3; arrives at Salem, 13. Architecture, Puritan, 75. Arms and ammunition, where kept, 73-4. Assabet River, land at, 20. Assessment for support of ministers, 23. Assistants chosen, 12, 34. Bailey, Rev., John, succeeds Mr. Sherman, 49. Bailey, Rev., Thomas, 49. Ball, John, killed at Lancaster, 61. Ballots, first elections held by, 34. Banks, Hon. N. P., residence of, 88. Bars: boiled, 14; exchanged for bisket-cake, 14. Basse and other fish, 100,000 taken at Watertown wear, 21. Bastable, 10 n. 1. Bearers at funerals, 72. Beaver Brook named by Gov. Winthrop, 26; and its branches, 26-27; source of, 27; once four rods wide, 83; mouth of changed, 97. Beaver Brook plowlands, 51; allotted, 53. Beaver Meadow, 27. Beavers, dams made by