This richly detailed visual history chronicles Gray’s last 230 years, beginning with the 18th century, when the early settlers established King’s Mast Yard. In this collection of over 200 photographs, the author explores a variety of topics, from the nationally known grave site of a Confederate soldier to one of the first high-speed electric railways. As you leaf through the pages of this book, you will meet many of the people who have shaped the town’s history, from a teacher of the Fisher Brothers, the designers for GM automobiles, to the citizens whose influences went far beyond Gray’s borders and into the worlds of banking, medicine, and moon exploration.
Paperback – June 8, 1999
by Louise M. Knapp (Author)
Gray Historical Society (Author)
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