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Fall River, MA - Its People, History
and Culture Book Collection on CD

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The Fall River, Massachusetts Histories book collection is a group of 8 books that detail the history of Fall River and Bristol County - primarily in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Many of the books are illustrated; showcasing specific events relating to key points in the history and development of Fall River during this period as well as details of some of its most important and influential figures.

All the titles contained on this CD are listed below.

  1. Fall River: and its manufactories (1878) - Earl, Henry Hiliard - 48 pages
  2. Fall River: its rise and progress (1874) - Earl, Henry Hiliard - 48 pages
  3. A Centennial History of Fall River, Mass. (1877) - Earl, Henry Hiliard - 342 pages
  4. History of Fall River : with notices of Freetown and Tiverton (1862) - Fowler, Orin - 100 pages
  5. Fall River, Massachusetts, a publication of personal points pertaining to a city of opportunity (1911) - 164 pages
  6. History, annals and sketches of the Central Church of Fall River, Massachusetts : A.D. 1842-A.D. 1905 : with portraits and views (1905) - Carr, William, Mrs.; Thurston, Eli, Mrs.; Holmes, Charles J., Mrs.; Earl, Henry Hilliard - 331 pages
  7. The Bristol County directory (1878) - 212 pages
  8. History of Bristol County, Massachusetts, with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men (1883) - Hurd, D. Hamilton (Duane Hamilton) - 922 pages

This CD runs on all Windows and Macintosh computers. You must have a web browser and Adobe Acrobat Reader - (available for free download if you do not have it installed on your computer.) The book index is organized in an HTML menu that is compatible with all browsers and the books themselves are in PDF format to allow them to be universally accessed. All books on this CD are searchable and printable.

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