2 edition of History of Frenchtown found in the catalog.
History of Frenchtown
Fargo, Clarence B.
|Statement||Clarence B. Fargo.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||220 p. :|
|Number of Pages||220|
Frenchtown is a picturesque community on the banks of the Delaware River. In the late s, a series of land sales to French-speaking Swiss gave the town its name. The river fostered the town's growth throughout the nineteenth century, bringing railroads and successful businesses like Author: Robert Rando. Full text of "Semi-centennial history of the Frenchtown M.E. Church with a chapter of reminiscences, and brief sketches of the pastors, also, a chapter on the part this church bore in suppressing the rebellion" See other formats.
Book Group. The Frenchtown Library Book Group meets at the Frenchtown Public Library at pm on the 3rd Wednesday of each month. A new book is read and discussed each month. All are welcome to join! For more information about the Book Group, please call the Library at Library Board. Betsy Westlake, Chair Mel Gano, Vice Chair. History of Frenchtown [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc,
Welcome to Frenchtown. artifacts of old style living, the museum hosts a lot to see. READ MORE >> LIBRARY. Come in and explore our collection of books written mostly in French. The collection includes fiction, biographies, reference and a few children's books. To preserve the history of the Frenchtown people and to promote their culture. History. This area was long occupied by Native Americans, including the historic Potawatomi. The Frenchtown area was settled by Europeans along the banks of the River Raisin in as early as by French Canadians, whose descendants are known as Muskrat code:
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Frenchtown is a picturesque community on the banks of the Delaware River. In the late s, a series of land sales to French-speaking Swiss gave the town its name. The river fostered the town's growth throughout the nineteenth century, bringing railroads and successful businesses like Frenchtown Porcelain : From the ’s into the early ’s, despite sustained segregation and economic oppression under Jim Crow, Frenchtown went through a period of considerable economic growth.
InLincoln High School completed its fourth reconstruction, cementing the school as a foundation of employment and education for the neighborhood.
Frenchtown was. The Society, - Frenchtown (Mont.) - pages 1 Review Many of the individuals mentioned in this local history were members of the Salish and 5/5(1). Frenchtown Borough was formed by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on April 4, ; but of course our history reaches much further back.
BRIEF HISTORY OF FRENCHTOWN. The Lenni-Lenape tribe were the original inhabitants of the. History of Frenchtown Frenchtown – Discover Our Secret We can’t tell you how often someone stumbles into The Book Garden with that look – the smile and open-eyed wonder of a person who just discovered our wonderful little community.
Frenchtown derived its official name in the late s from its owner, a French-speaking Swiss immigrant. Books Advanced Search Today's Deals New Releases Amazon Charts Best Sellers & More The Globe & Mail Best Sellers New York Times Best Sellers Best Books of the Month Children's Books Textbooks Kindle Books Audible Audiobooks Livres en françaisAuthor: D.
Matthews. Frenchtown, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Tallahassee, has long been a site of great change and development. The land has been home to Native Americans, the base of exploration by the Spanish conquistadors, the battleground for Andrew Jackson and the center of African Americans struggle for equality in the area.2/5(2).
History of Frenchtown, With Interesting Sidelights on Surrounding Communities Author: Clarence B. Fargo Date: Published: Clarence B. Fargo, New York; Hardcover; pages; Indexed Notes: Reprinted by Higginson Book Co, Salem, MA.
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In the late s, a series of land sales to French-speaking Swiss gave the town its name. The river fostered the town's growth throughout the nineteenth century, bringing railroads and successful businesses like Frenchtown Porcelain : Caroline Scutt; Robert Rando.
The publication of "Frenchtown, New Jersey; History Along the River" (The History Press) was celebrated Friday evening with readings of poetry and other works and a book-signing. People who were born in, residents of, or otherwise closely associated with Frenchtown include: James Agee (–), author, editor and poet who lived in Frenchtown Elizabeth Gilbert (born ), author of Eat, Pray, Love.
Shea Hembrey (born ), conceptual artist. Lois Hunt (–), County: Hunterdon. Today, Frenchtown is changing again, this time in an effort to preserve its vibrant history and culture. This is the story of a small community, a community that is essential to the black culture of Tallahassee, as well as the state of Florida as a : History Press, The.
By Cleta Marie Flynn (This article is a revisiting of an article first published in the St. Charles County Historical Society Heritage Journal (Vol No. 2, AprilLife at Duquette Mansion) and my Frenchtown Museum Newsletter article First Lady of Frenchtown and my book St.
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