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Mystick River (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
Alewife Brook, lying between and forming a portion of the boundaries of the cities and town of Cambridge, Somerville and Arlington. That the name Menotomy River be used to designate the new channel now being constructed between Spy Pond and Mystic River, in the proposed Act relocating the boundary lines between the cities of Cambridge and Somerville and the town of Arlington, along the center of the new channel; and that the name of Menotomy River be used on the signboards erected by your comdersigned committee, duly appointed and authorized by vote of their respective societies, respectfully request that the concrete masonry bridge over the new channel of Alewife Brook, proposed to be called Menotomy River, near its junction with Mystic River, be called Dunster Bridge, in honor of Reverend Henry Dunster, the first president of Harvard College, who owned adjacent lands in Menotomy Fields prior to 1656. (Signed) Moses W. Mann, Medford Historical Society. Frederick E. Fowle, Arlin
Alewife Brook (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
unite with it in a request to the Metropolitan Park Commission, to hereafter in their printed reports, and otherwise, use the words Menotomy River, instead of Alewife Brook; and to designate the new bridge just completed over the same as Menotomy Bridge: And this in view of the fact that by so doing the stream will receive its ories, respectfully request that your Honorable Board take such action as will lead to the restoration of the more ancient name of Menotomy River to the so-called Alewife Brook, lying between and forming a portion of the boundaries of the cities and town of Cambridge, Somerville and Arlington. That the name Menotomy River be used td committee, duly appointed and authorized by vote of their respective societies, respectfully request that the concrete masonry bridge over the new channel of Alewife Brook, proposed to be called Menotomy River, near its junction with Mystic River, be called Dunster Bridge, in honor of Reverend Henry Dunster, the first president o
Spy Pond (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
ssioners. The undersigned committee, duly appointed and authorized by vote of their respective societies, respectfully request that your Honorable Board take such action as will lead to the restoration of the more ancient name of Menotomy River to the so-called Alewife Brook, lying between and forming a portion of the boundaries of the cities and town of Cambridge, Somerville and Arlington. That the name Menotomy River be used to designate the new channel now being constructed between Spy Pond and Mystic River, in the proposed Act relocating the boundary lines between the cities of Cambridge and Somerville and the town of Arlington, along the center of the new channel; and that the name of Menotomy River be used on the signboards erected by your commission in the reservation bordering the new channel, and in any other manner which will restore and fix in the public mind the name Menotomy River. (Signed) Richard H. Dana, Cambridge Historical Society. Hollis R. Bailey, Cambridg
Cambridge (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
ich will restore and fix in the public mind the name Menotomy River. (Signed) Richard H. Dana, Cambridge Historical Society. Hollis R. Bailey, Cambridge Historical Society. Moses W. Mann, Medford Historical Society. Frederick E. Fowle, Arlington Historical Society. J. Albert Holmes, Somerville Historical Society. To the Honorable Board of Metropolitan Park Commissioners. The undersigned committee, duly appointed and authorized by vote of their respective societies, respectfully request that the concrete masonry bridge over the new channel of Alewife Brook, proposed to be called Menotomy River, near its junction with Mystic River, be called Dunster Bridge, in honor of Reverend Henry Dunster, the first president of Harvard College, who owned adjacent lands in Menotomy Fields prior to 1656. (Signed) Moses W. Mann, Medford Historical Society. Frederick E. Fowle, Arlington Historical Society. J. Albert Holmes, Somerville Historical Society. Cambridge, Mass., December 6, 1909.
Henry Dunster (search for this): chapter 22
ich will restore and fix in the public mind the name Menotomy River. (Signed) Richard H. Dana, Cambridge Historical Society. Hollis R. Bailey, Cambridge Historical Society. Moses W. Mann, Medford Historical Society. Frederick E. Fowle, Arlington Historical Society. J. Albert Holmes, Somerville Historical Society. To the Honorable Board of Metropolitan Park Commissioners. The undersigned committee, duly appointed and authorized by vote of their respective societies, respectfully request that the concrete masonry bridge over the new channel of Alewife Brook, proposed to be called Menotomy River, near its junction with Mystic River, be called Dunster Bridge, in honor of Reverend Henry Dunster, the first president of Harvard College, who owned adjacent lands in Menotomy Fields prior to 1656. (Signed) Moses W. Mann, Medford Historical Society. Frederick E. Fowle, Arlington Historical Society. J. Albert Holmes, Somerville Historical Society. Cambridge, Mass., December 6, 1909.
J. Albert Holmes (search for this): chapter 22
the public mind the name Menotomy River. (Signed) Richard H. Dana, Cambridge Historical Society. Hollis R. Bailey, Cambridge Historical Society. Moses W. Mann, Medford Historical Society. Frederick E. Fowle, Arlington Historical Society. J. Albert Holmes, Somerville Historical Society. To the Honorable Board of Metropolitan Park Commissioners. The undersigned committee, duly appointed and authorized by vote of their respective societies, respectfully request that the concrete masonry b that the concrete masonry bridge over the new channel of Alewife Brook, proposed to be called Menotomy River, near its junction with Mystic River, be called Dunster Bridge, in honor of Reverend Henry Dunster, the first president of Harvard College, who owned adjacent lands in Menotomy Fields prior to 1656. (Signed) Moses W. Mann, Medford Historical Society. Frederick E. Fowle, Arlington Historical Society. J. Albert Holmes, Somerville Historical Society. Cambridge, Mass., December 6, 1909.
Hollis R. Bailey (search for this): chapter 22
ucted between Spy Pond and Mystic River, in the proposed Act relocating the boundary lines between the cities of Cambridge and Somerville and the town of Arlington, along the center of the new channel; and that the name of Menotomy River be used on the signboards erected by your commission in the reservation bordering the new channel, and in any other manner which will restore and fix in the public mind the name Menotomy River. (Signed) Richard H. Dana, Cambridge Historical Society. Hollis R. Bailey, Cambridge Historical Society. Moses W. Mann, Medford Historical Society. Frederick E. Fowle, Arlington Historical Society. J. Albert Holmes, Somerville Historical Society. To the Honorable Board of Metropolitan Park Commissioners. The undersigned committee, duly appointed and authorized by vote of their respective societies, respectfully request that the concrete masonry bridge over the new channel of Alewife Brook, proposed to be called Menotomy River, near its junction with Mys
Somerville (search for this): chapter 22
As a matter of record. AT the meeting of the Medford Historical Society on December 21, 1908, it was voted, That this society request the Historical Societies of Arlington, Cambridge and Somerville to unite with it in a request to the Metropolitan Park Commission, to hereafter in their printed reports, and otherwise, use the words Menotomy River, instead of Alewife Brook; and to designate the new bridge just completed over the same as Menotomy Bridge: And this in view of the fact that by soridge, Somerville and Arlington. That the name Menotomy River be used to designate the new channel now being constructed between Spy Pond and Mystic River, in the proposed Act relocating the boundary lines between the cities of Cambridge and Somerville and the town of Arlington, along the center of the new channel; and that the name of Menotomy River be used on the signboards erected by your commission in the reservation bordering the new channel, and in any other manner which will restore an
Richard H. Dana (search for this): chapter 22
ed to designate the new channel now being constructed between Spy Pond and Mystic River, in the proposed Act relocating the boundary lines between the cities of Cambridge and Somerville and the town of Arlington, along the center of the new channel; and that the name of Menotomy River be used on the signboards erected by your commission in the reservation bordering the new channel, and in any other manner which will restore and fix in the public mind the name Menotomy River. (Signed) Richard H. Dana, Cambridge Historical Society. Hollis R. Bailey, Cambridge Historical Society. Moses W. Mann, Medford Historical Society. Frederick E. Fowle, Arlington Historical Society. J. Albert Holmes, Somerville Historical Society. To the Honorable Board of Metropolitan Park Commissioners. The undersigned committee, duly appointed and authorized by vote of their respective societies, respectfully request that the concrete masonry bridge over the new channel of Alewife Brook, proposed to be c
Frederick E. Fowle (search for this): chapter 22
n any other manner which will restore and fix in the public mind the name Menotomy River. (Signed) Richard H. Dana, Cambridge Historical Society. Hollis R. Bailey, Cambridge Historical Society. Moses W. Mann, Medford Historical Society. Frederick E. Fowle, Arlington Historical Society. J. Albert Holmes, Somerville Historical Society. To the Honorable Board of Metropolitan Park Commissioners. The undersigned committee, duly appointed and authorized by vote of their respective societies, that the concrete masonry bridge over the new channel of Alewife Brook, proposed to be called Menotomy River, near its junction with Mystic River, be called Dunster Bridge, in honor of Reverend Henry Dunster, the first president of Harvard College, who owned adjacent lands in Menotomy Fields prior to 1656. (Signed) Moses W. Mann, Medford Historical Society. Frederick E. Fowle, Arlington Historical Society. J. Albert Holmes, Somerville Historical Society. Cambridge, Mass., December 6, 1909.
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