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Ames, Oakes and Blanche, Borderland, Mansion, 259 Massapoag Avenue, North Easton, MA, info, Easton Historical Society

More information on this image is available at the Easton Historical Society in North Easton, MA , Image Mansion Borderland, Mansion, 257 Massapoag Avenue, North Easton, MA, source, John Foreman, info, Easton Historical Society, . The development by Oliver Ames and Sons Corporation of the factory and village land use in a rather organic manner with a mix work-related classes created an integrated geographic network. The housing on perimeter edge with factories and business affairs in the center creating the village concept in North Easton. Other important concepts were the Furnace Village Cemetery, Furnace Village Grammar School and the...

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Ames, Oakes and Blanche, Borderland,

More information on this image is available at the Easton Historical Society in North Easton, MA , Map Estate of Oakes Ames, 259 Massapoag Ave., N. Easton, MA,, info, Easton Historical Society . The development by Oliver Ames and Sons Corporation of the factory and village land use in a rather organic manner with a mix work-related classes created an integrated geographic network. The housing on perimeter edge with factories and business affairs in the center creating the village concept in North Easton. Other important concepts were the Furnace Village Cemetery, Furnace Village Grammar School and the Furnace Village...

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Ames, Oakes and Blanche, Borderland, Buck House and Barn, Horace Sheppard, 111 Rockland Street, North Easton, MA, c 1875, info, Easton Historical Society

More information on this image is available at the Easton Historical Society in North Easton, MA . The development by Oliver Ames and Sons Corporation of the factory and village land use in a rather organic manner with a mix work-related classes created an integrated geographic network. The housing on perimeter edge with factories and business affairs in the center creating the village concept in North Easton. Other important concepts were the Furnace Village Cemetery, Furnace Village Grammar School and the Furnace Village Store, which explains Furnace Village and other sections of Easton. source: Massachusetts Historical Commission , History...

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Ames, Oakes and Blanche, Borderland, Colonel Israel Tisdale Farmhouse, 697 Mountain Street, Sharon, MA, 1906, info, Easton Historical Society

More information on this image is available at the Easton Historical Society in North Easton, MA . The development by Oliver Ames and Sons Corporation of the factory and village land use in a rather organic manner with a mix work-related classes created an integrated geographic network. The housing on perimeter edge with factories and business affairs in the center creating the village concept in North Easton. Other important concepts were the Furnace Village Cemetery, Furnace Village Grammar School and the Furnace Village Store, which explains Furnace Village and other sections of Easton. source: Massachusetts Historical Commission , History...

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Ames, Oakes and Blanche, Borderland, Smith Farmhouse and Barn, Doctor Asahel, 91 Bay Road, North Easton, MA, c 1880, info, Easton Historical Society

More information on this image is available at the Easton Historical Society in North Easton, MA . The development by Oliver Ames and Sons Corporation of the factory and village land use in a rather organic manner with a mix work-related classes created an integrated geographic network. The housing on perimeter edge with factories and business affairs in the center creating the village concept in North Easton. Other important concepts were the Furnace Village Cemetery, Furnace Village Grammar School and the Furnace Village Store, which explains Furnace Village and other sections of Easton. source: Massachusetts Historical Commission , History...

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