Boston Past and PresentBook - 2001
From the Revolutionary War to the Big Dig, Boston and its people have played a colorful and often controversial role in shaping the nation's political, economic, and cultural landscape. In this sweeping history of the Hub's rich heritage, Thomas H. O'Connor reveals an ever-changing and resilient city that has adapted to many significant upheavals without losing its distinct personality.
Filled with dramatic local events as well as intriguing characters, this engaging account evokes the spirit and soul of Boston, both yesterday and today.
Publisher: Boston : Northeastern University Press, c2001
Branch Call Number: F73.3 .O26 2001
Characteristics: xv, 310 p. : ill., map ; 25 cm
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