of Curtis street. Here Paul Curtis established himself in 1839, and he remained here until he removed his business to East Boston.
8. Yard on South street, just above Winthrop-street bridge.
Occupied by Jotham Stetson from 1833 to 1853.
Luther Turner built one bark here in 1854.
9. Yard on South street, on land adjoining Boston & Lowell Railroad.
Here Peter Lewis built one schooner in 1845.
10. Yard at Rock Hill landing, at the foot of the hill.
Probably used for the building of ltham Stetson32
Curtis & Co.2
P. & J. O. Curtis6
Waterman & Ewell51
Foster & Taylor22
James O. Curtis78
George H. Briggs1
Joshua T. Foster42
Haydn & Cudworth39
B. F. Delano .2
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