North Easton, Massachusetts

Sedgwick, J.; Lapides, S.
March 1992
Yankee;Mar92, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p48
Describes the author's investigation of his mother's family, the Ameses of North Easton, Mass. Mansions built in North Easton; Present site of Stonehill College; Distinguished artisans who laid out North Easton's homes and public buildings; Founding of Ames Shovel Company by Oliver Ames; Son Oakes Ames' involvement in Union Pacific Railroad and Credit Mobilier scandal; Decline of Ames family members in North Easton.


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