2 edition of history of the Greek community in New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1885-1915 found in the catalog.
history of the Greek community in New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1885-1915
Arthur John Gartaganis
|Other titles||Greek community in New Bedford, Mass., 1885-1915.|
|Statement||Arthur John Gartaganis.|
|LC Classifications||F74.N5 G19 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 171 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||93080501|
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The history of the Greek community in New Bedford, Massachusetts, A demographic study of the early Greek settlers in New Bedford and the nearby communities Unknown Binding – January 1, by Arthur John Gartaganis (Author) See Author: Arthur John Gartaganis.
The history of the Greek community in New Bedford, Massachusetts, [Gartaganis, Arthur John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The history of the Greek community in New Bedford, Massachusetts, Author: Arthur John Gartaganis. Author of The history of the Greek community in New Bedford, Massachusetts, New Bedford is a city in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United of the census, the city had a total population of 95, making it the sixth-largest city in Bedford is nicknamed "The Whaling City" because it was one of the world's most important whaling ports in the nineteenth century, along with Nantucket, Massachusetts, and New London, : Bristol.
The history of New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts: including a history of the old 1885-1915 book of Dartmouth and the present townships of Westport, Dartmouth, and Fairhaven, from their settlement to the present time by Ricketson, Daniel, Pages: History of the town of Bedford, Middlesex county, Massachusetts, from its earliest settlement to the year of Our Lord with a genealogical register of old families by.
Country: United States State: Massachusetts County: Bristol City: New Bedford Population () • To • Density 4,/sq mi (1,/km2) Like on Fa. The New Bedford Historical Society seeks to establish a solid base of research and Massachusetts that will make the contributions of people of color a part of the life and and history of the region as well as a part of the permanent, public record.
In the process, the history of the region in general will become fuller, deeper, and richer for everyone. The Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Boston, with its headquarters located in Brookline, Massachusetts, is comprised of 62 parishes throughout New England – the North Eastern part of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, which is under the spiritual guidance and canonical jurisdiction of the Ecumenical Patriarchate.
The Metropolis of Boston serves as a beacon, carrier, and witness of the. A history of the town of Acushnet, Bristol county, state of Massachusetts. The history of Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; A history of the town of Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, from ; Vol The Bristol County directory.
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The earliest Greek immigrants arrived in the New Bedford area during the first decade of the twentieth century, erected a wooden church in the Oxford section of Fairhaven and established the Greek Orthodox Community under the name of St. George in Many of the Greeks settled in the area of Coggeshall Street and Ashley Boulevard (Bowditch).
In the early s, Massachusetts dominated the whaling industry with Nantucket, Cape Cod and New Bedford. By the early 19th century, New Bedford had become the center of whaling in America.
When whalers were out at sea, they would frequently stop in the Azores to recruit crew members for help. Congregation History–Our congregational history was been written by Dr.
Fred Gifun, Professor Emeritus of History from the University of Massachusetts has been a member of the First Unitarian Church in New Bedford since Copies of his book, New Bedford’s Church The First Unitarian Church in New Bedford: three hundred years of leadership and transformation are available.
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The chronological history of New Bedford, MA, from the - History about the Velocipede, Revere Copper and Brass, The Civil War, New Bedford water system, Charles Dickens, the YMCA, It is an important source of historical information about New Bedford, Massachusetts, the whaling city.
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