Table of contents for Glimpses of Medford : selections from the Historical register / Barbara Kerr.

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Chapter 1. Early Days
Why Mystic? Moses W. Mann
Indians in Medford, Ruth Dame Coolidge
How did Medford get its name? author?
The legend of "Cheese Rock" author?
Medford Square in the Early Days, Moses W. Mann 
Chapter 2. Revolutionary Times
Medford and the Tea Tax, Elizabeth Estes 
Medford and her Minute Men, April 19, 1775, Richard B. Coolidge 
Captain Isaac Hall, Hall Gleason 
Sarah Bradlee Fulton, Helen T. Wild
Chapter 3. Shipbuilding
Earliest Mystic River ship-building, John H. Hooper 
Old Ships and Ship-building Days of Medford : 1800-1812, Hall Gleason 
Old Ships and Ship-building Days of Medford : After 1812, Hall Gleason 
Old Ships and Ship-building Days of Medford : The California Clipper Ship Era, Hall Gleason 
Old Ship Street : Some of its Houses, Ships, and Characters, Fred. H.C. Woolley 
Chapter 4. Slavery and the Civil War
Slavery in Medford, Walter H. Cushing 
Some Letters of Miss Lucy Osgood, Reverend Henry C. Delong.
The Lawrence Light Guard, Helen Tilden Wild.
The Dedication of the Soldiers' Monument, Helen Tilden Wild 
Chapter 5.Turnpikes, Taverns and Other Industries
Medford Turnpike Corporation, John H. Hooper 
The Fountain Tavern, John H. Hooper 
Looking Backwards, Eliza M. Gill 
The Cutter family and Its Connection with a Tide Mill in Medford, William R. Cutter 
Withington Bakery, Moses W. Mann 
Medford Milkmen, Francis A. Wait 
Some old Medford Fish stories, Caleb Swan 
Chapter 6. Around the Town in the 1800s
High Street about 1820, Helen Tilden Wild
An Old-time Picnic, Charles Loomis
Medford High School, Albert Smith
Medford Square, 1835 to 1850
The Tornado of 1851, author?
Stone Face in the Middlesex Fells, author? 
West Medford in 1870, Moses Whitcher Mann

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Medford (Mass.) -- History -- Anecdotes.