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Dale H. Freeman

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A Massachusetts Mystery: The 1801 Tragedy Of Jason Fairbanks And Elizabeth Fales, Dale Freeman Dec 2008

A Massachusetts Mystery: The 1801 Tragedy Of Jason Fairbanks And Elizabeth Fales, Dale Freeman

Dale H. Freeman

No abstract provided.


No Time For Adolescence: Growing Up In War-Torn London, Daphne Freeman, Dale Freeman Jul 2008

No Time For Adolescence: Growing Up In War-Torn London, Daphne Freeman, Dale Freeman

Dale H. Freeman

Memoir of UMB Archivist Dale Freeman's mother, Daphne G. Freeman (1925- ) about her growing up in London during the Blitz and first hand account of World War II.


Oliver Optic 1822-1897, Children's Author, Dale Freeman Dec 2003

Oliver Optic 1822-1897, Children's Author, Dale Freeman

Dale H. Freeman

No abstract provided.


A Changing Bridge For Changing Times: The History Of The West Boston Bridge, 1793-1907, Dale H. Freeman May 2000

A Changing Bridge For Changing Times: The History Of The West Boston Bridge, 1793-1907, Dale H. Freeman

Dale H. Freeman

Master of Arts Thesis, June 2000: This thesis examines the construction in 1793 of the West Boston Bridge, the first bridge to span the Charles River between Boston and Cambridge, and its successors at the same location in 1854 and then 1907 (the Longfellow Bridge). It is a study of the impact of these bridges on the commercial development and urban settlement patterns of both Cambridge and Boston, and it sets the construction of each bridge in the historical context of the period in which each was built. The thesis utilizes a variety of primary sources drawn from the Cambridge ...


Preservation Of The Records Of The Massachusetts Bay Company, Dale H. Freeman May 1998

Preservation Of The Records Of The Massachusetts Bay Company, Dale H. Freeman

Dale H. Freeman

A paper that dually examines the painstaking work done by Boston Historian Nathaniel Shurtleff in 1853, to preserve the records of the Massachusetts Bay Colony; and the methods of record keeping within the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1630 and after.


"Melancholy Catastrophe!" The Story Of Jason Fairbanks And Elizabeth Fales, Dale Freeman Dec 1997

"Melancholy Catastrophe!" The Story Of Jason Fairbanks And Elizabeth Fales, Dale Freeman

Dale H. Freeman

The twisting and turning story of a brutal murder in Dedham, MA in September of 1801.


The Crispus Attucks Monument Dedication, Dale Freeman Dec 1996

The Crispus Attucks Monument Dedication, Dale Freeman

Dale H. Freeman

The story of the Crispus Attucks Monument on the Boston Common, dedicated in November, 1888.