k from all kinds of marble and granite.
It has been found more profitable to do the principal cutting and heavy work at the quarries, though at the Cambridge works from twenty to thirty men are constantly employed to do the carving and finishing.
Some of the finest monuments, headstones, tablets, and carved work have been made here, and erected in Mount Auburn and other prominent cemeteries in the United States.
The works are located opposite Mount Auburn Cemetery entrance.
The Connecticut steam-stone Co.,
incorporated April 3, 1893, with a paid — up capital of ten thousand dollars, is located on First Street, East Cambridge, and is a branch of the Connecticut Steam Brown-Stone Company of Portland, Conn., the largest stone-cutting and milling establishment in the country.
E. Irving Bell, of Portland, is president; J. David Renton, treasurer; and George Everett, general manager.
Their business is that of treating building-stone.
Since their location in Cambridge they h
e at Mount Wollaston, 234; ordered to come to the New Town, 234; a meeting-house built, 234; ministers, 234; remove to Connecticut, 234; arrival of Thomas Shepard's company, 234; a new church formed, 234; Shepard installed as its minister, 234; its the Humane Society, 267.
Hooker, Rev. Thomas, arrives at New Town, 6; his company not satisfied, 6; they remove to Connecticut, 6, 233; and found Hartford, 6.
Horton, Elizabeth, 12.
Hospital, Cambridge, opened by Miss E. E. Parsons, 278; i2.
Massachusetts, cities in, 541.
Mather, Cotton, commends Mr. Shepard's vigilancy, 7.
Mattabeseck (Middletown), Conn., 7.
Mayors, list of, 63.
Medford, removes its powder from Charlestown, 23.
Meeting-house, the firon, 4; first meeting-house, 5; palisade, 5, 8, 133; accessions to the population, 6; Thomas Hooker's company leave for Connecticut, 6; the town nearly depopulated, 6; arrival of Thomas Shepard and his congregation, 7; election on the Common, 7, 47,