8 edition of A history of the town of Sharon found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Charles F. Sedgwick.|
|LC Classifications||F104.S53 S4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||124 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||07012039|
TOWN OF SHARON NOTICE OF OPEN BOOK NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN that the Town of Sharon, Portage County, will be open for examination on the 9th day of June, at PM - PM at the Town of Sharon Hall, State High Custer, WI. Sharon was settled in , incorporated as a borough on October 6, , and incorporated as a city on Decem The city operated under the Pennsylvania third-class city code until , at which point it adopted a home rule charter under which the elected position of mayor was replaced with a hired city manager and financial officer.
The Town of Sharon Sharon is located halfway between Boston and Providence, adjacent to the section of I that runs from Boston to Providence. The Town has a population of approximat Commercial development is limited. Sharon is a well-regarded town, recently designated by CNN Money as one of the best places to live in the US. At the turn of the 20th century, Sharon's very existence was threatened by the collapse of the local iron industry as the town's economy and population began to decline. However, the popularity of automobile transportation and Sharon's accessible distance from New York attracted a class of wealthy visitors who fell in love with the rolling.
Town of Sharon, Portage County, WI. Sharon is a town in Portage County, Wisconsin. The preliminary estimate was population. This makes Sharon the county's 5th most populous community. The unincorporated communities of Ellis, North Star and Polonia are located within the town. Sharon is the second largest town (out of 17 towns) in. The History of Ancient Windsor, Connecticut: Including East Windsor, South Windsor, and Ellington, Prior to , the Date of Their Separation from the Old Town; and Windsor, Bloomfield and Windsor Locks, to the Present Time. Also the Genealogies and Genealogical Notes of Those Families which Settled Within the Limits of Ancient Windsor, Connecticut, Prior to - Ebook written by Henry .
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By Ed Kirby. Seldom Told Tales of Sharon offers a glimpse into the bricks and mortar of history, the stories of individual people whose everyday decisions had lasting effects on the Sharon of today.
Tales included in Book 1 of A history of the town of Sharon book series are Calkinstown’s Inscrutable Hiram Weed, The Ill-Fated New York to Sharon Canal, and Sharon’s Northeast : $ Excerpt from General History of the Town of Sharon, Litchfield County, Conn: From Its First Settlement These worthies of the olden time have all gone to their rest, but their statement of historical events occurring during their time furnish the only authentic information of many incidents in the annals of the town.4/5(1).
The Litchfield County town of Sharon is located in Connecticut's northwestern corner and its western border abuts New York State. The General Assembly incorporated the town in and named it after the Plain of Sharon, a fertile region mentioned in the Bible.
Iron manufacture sustained Sharon, and in the early s town resident Asahel Hotchkiss produced home and farm goods, including rakes. by Charles F. Sedgwick Originally published inand reprinted with minor additions and corrections in andthis book remains the chief source of information about the early days of Sharon, the period from toat which date Sedgwick first presented his : $ A History of the Town of Industry: Franklin County, Maine, from the Earliest Settlement in Down to the Present Time, Embracing the Cessions of New Sharon, New Vineyard, Anson, and Stark.
In Two Parts, Including the History and Genealogy of Many of the Leading Families of the Town, Volume 1. History of the town of Sharon. Chapter I.
Containing a concise history of events which led to the sale and settlement of the township; Chapter II.
An account of the measures proposed and executed for the sale and settlement of the township; Chapter III. Town of Sharon John L. Rainey, owner of large tracts of land on which Sharon was established, conveyed land to the Presbyterian church in andthe Methodists inand the Methodist Episcopal Zion church in The First National Bank, established here inwas the only bank in western York County to survive the depression.
Town of Sharon 90 South Main Street Sharon, MA () The Sharon Historical Society was founded to promote the research, study, dissemination, publication and recording of the history of the Town of Sharon, Massachusetts.
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General history of the town of Sharon, Litchfield county, Conn. from its first settlement Item Preview remove-circle. HISTORY OF SHARON, TN HOUSE BLLL No. An act to incorporate the town of Sharon in Weakley County was presented to the Tennessee state legislature, passed Janu and approved February 6, The bank of Sharon is located at the corner of South Houas and Main Street.
The first day of business was December 1, History. The Sharon area was first settled in It was incorporated as a borough on October 6,and incorporated as a city on Decem The city operated under the Pennsylvania third-class city code untilat which point it adopted a home rule charter under which the elected position of mayor was replaced with a hired city manager and financial officer.
Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Public Library soldier Solomon Talbot South Main Street station stone Stoughton Stoughton Musical Society Stoughtonham tion Town Meeting Town of Sharon voted William Sharon, Massachusetts: A History: Contributor: Sharon American.
GENERAL HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF SHARON, LITCHFIELD COUNTY, CONN. From its First Settlement [Sedgwick, Charles F.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. GENERAL HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF SHARON, LITCHFIELD COUNTY, CONN.
From its First SettlementAuthor: Charles F. Sedgwick. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sedgwick, Charles F. (Charles Frederick), General history of the town of Sharon. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sedgwick, Charles F. (Charles Frederick), History of the town of Sharon.
Discover Sharon's history. We are proud to be the Town of Sharon's repository for materials by and about Deborah Sampson. Inthe Library began digitizing our historical collection to provide off-site access to these fascinating documents.
History. The Hill Complex Historic District, W.L. Hill Store, and Sharon Downtown Historic District are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Geography. Sharon is located at (, According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of square miles ( km 2), all land. Demographics. Municipal Election Information. Mayor, 4 Town Council Seats - View Town Council Map (PDF). Want to File as a Candidate for the Town of Sharon.
Town of Sharon General Elections are held on the First Tuesday in November of Odd Numbered Years. Sharon (a plain), a district of the holy land occasionally referred to in the Bible.(1 Chronicles ; Isaiah ) In called name has on each occurrence with one exception only, (1 Chronicles ) the definite article; it would therefore appear that "the Sharon" was some well-defined region familiar to the is that broad, rich tract of land which lies between the.General map showing selected buildings and residences with names of owners.
Relief shown by hachures. Pen-and-ink and watercolor. Includes inset of village of Sharon. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Imperfect: Brittle, torn, title area cut from map, annotated in pencil, mounted on cloth backing.GENERAL HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF SHARON, LITCHFIELD COUNTY, CONN. FROM ITS FIRST SETTLEMENT BY CHARLES F.
SEDGWICK, A. M. AMENIA, N. Y. CHARLES WALSH, PRINTER AND PUBLISHER. CHAPTER IV INDIANS IN SHARON. THERE was a somewhat numerous tribe of Indians in Sharon before its settlement by the white inhabitants.