Chandler House Press      
Books about Worcester

From S.N Berhman's description of growing up on Worcester's eastside in the early 20th century, to John O'Toole's gripping account of the Worcester Tornado in 1953, and Nick Gage's compelling story of growing up as a young immigrant in Worcester, we offer a range of books about the history and community life of Worcester Massachusetts.

150 Years of Worcester 1848-1998 by Albert B. Southwick

Item # - 978-1-886284-16-6

150 years of Worcester History told in three chapters: 1848, 1898, and 1998.  With 85 black and white illustrations, Albert Southwick, retired chief editorial writer for the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, charts the evolution of a city from its start as a leader in the Industrial Revolution to new directions for the city's future.


Price: $12.95

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