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In gaining ground historian nancy seasholes has given us the first complete account of when why and how this land was createdthe story of landmaking in boston is presented geographically each chapter traces landmaking in a different part of the city from its first permanent settlement to the presentanyone who has visited modern day boston massachusetts might be a little confused to hear it was once a small hilly peninsula less than 800 acres wide the city is now a wide flat landmass consisting of 89 square miles it took close to 100 years but bostonians managed to forever transform the landscape of the city during the industrial revolution in massachusettsgood references on boston groundwater and wood piles seasholes ns 2003 gaining ground a history of landmaking in boston mit press aldrich hl and lambrechts gaining ground a history of landmaking in boston mit press 2003 533pp douglass shand tucci built in boston city and suburb 1800 2000 university of massachusetts press 1999 451pp jack tager boston riots three centuries of social violence northeastern university pressnancy s seasholes gaining ground a history of landmaking in boston mit press 2003 review description lecture mohawks axes and taxes from exemplar of liberty native america and the evolution of democracy by donald a grinde jr and bruce e johansen i note that these authors describe griffins wharf as being at the end of pearl street

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