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Beacon Hill The Life and Times of a Neighborhood / Moying Li-Marcus ; [new foreword by Jeffrey E. Klee]. [print]

By: Li-Marcus, Moying, 1954- [author]Contributor(s): Klee, Jeffrey E [writer of foreword.] | Project Muse | Project Muse []Material type: TextTextDescription: 1 online resource (1 online resource xvi, 176 pages) : illustrations (some color), mapContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781555538774; 1555538770Subject(s): Massachusetts -- Boston -- Beacon Hill | Massachusetts -- Boston | Boston (Mass.) -- History | Beacon Hill (Boston, Mass.) -- HistoryGenre/Form: History. | Electronic books. LOC classification: F73.68.B4F73.68.B4.K63.B433 2019Online resources: Click here to access online COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
A New Vision for an Old Hill, 1630-1900 The Shawmut Peninsula When Patriots Gathered The Mount Vernon Proprietors Moving Mountains--Literally Enclave of Charm: Louisburg Square ; "Brahmins" on the South Slope Sliding Fortunes The North Slope America's First Black Church The Fight against Slavery Beacon Hill Bohemian The Beacon Hill Renaissance, 1900-1930 ; "Streetfighter": Marian Nichols Real Estate Savvy: The Codmans Architectural Passion: Frank A. Bourne Launching the Beacon Hill Association A Gentleman and a "Bull Dog": Arthur D. Hill Developers, Beware A Tale of Two Main Streets Enter the Automobile The "Lost Generation" ; Christmas on the Hill War & Peace, 1940-1950 Japanese and Other "Strangers" ; Return of the GI The Brick Savers Ride Again Mothers against Storrow Drive Nowhere to Go but Down West End Story A Hill for History Reinventing Beacon Hill, 1960-2000 Awakenings Battle for the North Slope Today's Interior, Yesterday's Wall Town and Gown The Summer of Love The '60s Generation Digs In Hill House Charles Street Fair Small Miracles Beacon Hill Village in the New Millennium.
Summary: An insightful study of urban transformation recalls four centuries in the life of Boston's most famous neighborhood, tracing social, economic, and political changes in the community. Originally published by Northeastern University Press in 2002. With a new foreword by Jeffrey E. Klee.
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Reprint of 2002 edition with new foreword.

A New Vision for an Old Hill, 1630-1900 The Shawmut Peninsula When Patriots Gathered The Mount Vernon Proprietors Moving Mountains--Literally Enclave of Charm: Louisburg Square ; "Brahmins" on the South Slope Sliding Fortunes The North Slope America's First Black Church The Fight against Slavery Beacon Hill Bohemian The Beacon Hill Renaissance, 1900-1930 ; "Streetfighter": Marian Nichols Real Estate Savvy: The Codmans Architectural Passion: Frank A. Bourne Launching the Beacon Hill Association A Gentleman and a "Bull Dog": Arthur D. Hill Developers, Beware A Tale of Two Main Streets Enter the Automobile The "Lost Generation" ; Christmas on the Hill War & Peace, 1940-1950 Japanese and Other "Strangers" ; Return of the GI The Brick Savers Ride Again Mothers against Storrow Drive Nowhere to Go but Down West End Story A Hill for History Reinventing Beacon Hill, 1960-2000 Awakenings Battle for the North Slope Today's Interior, Yesterday's Wall Town and Gown The Summer of Love The '60s Generation Digs In Hill House Charles Street Fair Small Miracles Beacon Hill Village in the New Millennium.

An insightful study of urban transformation recalls four centuries in the life of Boston's most famous neighborhood, tracing social, economic, and political changes in the community. Originally published by Northeastern University Press in 2002. With a new foreword by Jeffrey E. Klee.

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