Swampscott

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Overview
As the gateway to the North Shore, Swampscott became one of the most popular summer resorts of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Beyond the grand hotels, however, was a town by the ocean, where some derived their income from the sea and others sought the spirit of entrepreneurship and invention. Swampscott was incorporated in 1852 after breaking away from the city of Lynn. Connecting the past and present through a variety of images, Then & Now: Swampscott takes a look at foundations laid by our forefathers, the people who shaped the town and its legends. Whether it is General Electric cofounder Elihu Thomson, Chicago Bears coach Dick Jauron, or the New Ocean House, the collection of images in Then & Now: Swampscott is sure to make you look at the town in a different light and remember those who made the town what it is today.
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ISBN: 9780738510569
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
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State: Massachusetts
Series: Then and Now
Images: 200
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Author
Sue Ellen Woodcock, the author of two other Arcadia publications, is a former editor and writer with the Swampscott Reporter. Although she has always had a keen interest in local history, it is her work at various publications in Massachusetts that has fueled her desire to connect the past with the future. In her spare time, she is an avid genealogist, writer, and photographer, as well as an advocate of keeping local history alive for future generations.
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