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Around Pottstown (Postcard History Series) by Patricia Wanger Smith PDF

By Patricia Wanger Smith

round Pottstown travels again to Pottstown's golden period. for the reason that its founding in 1752, Pottstown has had a catalytic influence at the surrounding region with its business and advertisement progress through the 19th and 20th centuries. the pony and wagon gave strategy to new transportation tools, corresponding to canal boats, railroads, and bridges, which afforded connections to the realm marketplace. most significantly, this selection of classic postcards indicates Pottstown's voters throughout the locations the place they shopped, went to college, worshiped, and celebrated life.

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