Supplement compiled by the Franklin County Historical Society.
|Contributions||Franklin County Historical Society (Neb.)|
|LC Classifications||F672.F7 H57 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256, 45 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||88153419|
Bell Bros History of City of Franklin Cent. page 57 Bell Bros. Historical Highlights of Franklin County page 56 Bell Brothers History of City of Franklin Cent. page 50 Bell, William & Eliza Hildreth Nebraska page Bell, William & Eliza Macon Nebraska th Aniv. page A History of the Town of Franklin, Mass: From Its Settlement to the Completion of Its First Century, 2d March, ; with Genealogical Notices of Its Earliest Families, Sketches of Its Professional Men, and a Report of the Centennial Celebration Genealogy & local history: Author: Mortimer Blake: Publisher: Committee of the Town, Original from. This book is fabulous!! For anyone who wants to know more about the early history of Franklin County, this is the book for you. So fascinated as I read what buildings sat where, who was who in the mid s and the names of so many early settlers. When I saw some of those names, I saw street names in The Bottoms that sprung to life, as so many Reviews: 1. Today, Franklin is one of the wealthiest cities in one of the wealthiest counties in the United States. The Census lists the City's population at 71, This makes us the 7th largest city in Tennessee and one of the fastest growing. Franklin is a unique blend of history and progress.
History of Franklin Founded in as Carlin's Settlement, Franklin (named for Benjamin Franklin) became the parish (county) seat in and the first incorporated town in Though early settlers included French, Acadian, German, Danish and Irish, the town's culture and architecture is heavily influenced by the unusually large numbers of. Franklin County (N.Y.) -- History, Franklin County (N.Y.) -- Biography Publisher Albany, J. B. Lyon company, printers Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation Contributor The Library of Congress Language English. History [edit | edit source]. In August delegates of three western North Carolina counties, Washington, Sullivan, and Greene (all now in Tennessee), declared their Independence from North Carolina because of perceived neglect, and misuse by North Carolina’s May they had petitioned to be admitted to the United States as the new State of Franklin. Franklin continued to move forward and in , the residents of the City voted in the City’s first Charter. Franklin became a charter municipality on January 1, Since the s, Franklin’s business and industrial base has continued to expand with the addition of several business parks along the I corridor.
The State of Iowa is organized into 99 separate counties. Eighty-seven of those counties are represented with historical works in the Special Collections' Rare Book Collection. This page is a list of county and city histories available in Special Collections, organized alphabetically by the name of the county. To locate a city history, you will need to look under the county. Murfreesboro Road. Franklin, TN [email protected] Historic Buildings Open for Public Touring. On Saturday, August 15th, the Franklin Historical Society will open their historic buildings for public touring from 1 to 3 p.m. In the Franklin Town Hall there are two new impressive displays of Native American projectile points (arrowheads) and original carvings from the Sacred Hearts Church known today as St. Martin of Tours. The Manitoba Local Histories collection was launched in partnership with the Manitoba Library Consortium. The collection aims to make Manitoba's history discoverable and searchable online through the digitization of over local history books that document the history of hundreds of communities across Manitoba.