Table of contents for Maynard, Massachusetts : a house in the village / Jan Voogd.

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Chapter 1. A House in the Village - the "Village Colonial"
Chapter 2. Finnish Baths Murder Mystery - Ethnic Traditions Corrupted.
Chapter 3. Mill Manager Suggests Textile Workers Should Strike - "What Would the Boss Do?"
Chapter 4. Explosive History of Local Mill - Betrayed by Company Paternalism.
Chapter 5. Bolsheviks and Wobblies
Chapter 6. Socialism's Rise and Fall - Working People Take Charge of Their Consumer Power.
Chapter 7. Maynard Feuds Over Intoxicating Liquors - Battle over Village Morality.
Chapter 8. Maynard and the "Family" - La Cosa Nostra, Mafiosi 
Chapter 9. Diverting the Water - Building the Mill
Chapter 10. Selling the Mill - Closures Threatened and Real, and Property Sales
Chapter 11. The Case of the Sensitive Juror - Village Life in Contrast with the Big City.
Chapter 12. Lost Paratrooper - Maynard Citizens Afoot in the World
Chapter 13. Mulligan Letters and Dual Marriages -- People Who Hide in Maynard
Chapter 14. World War II and the Government Takeover.
Chapter 15. Collisions at the Rail Corridor - Maynard, Old and New.
Epilogue. Maynard, Quintessential and Unique

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Maynard (Mass.) -- History -- 19th century -- Anecdotes.
Maynard (Mass.) -- History -- 20th century -- Anecdotes.
Maynard (Mass.) -- Social conditions -- Anecdotes.
Social problems -- Massachusetts -- Maynard -- History -- Anecdotes.
City and town life -- Massachusetts -- Maynard -- History -- Anecdotes.
Maynard (Mass.) -- Biography -- Anecdotes.