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Boston: A Pictorial History (Pictorial…

Boston: A Pictorial History (Pictorial History Series)

by Neil Wright

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Boston developed after the Norman Conquest to become one of the England's most important ports. It handled the country's major export, wool, and imported cloth and luxury goods, bought by the court and wealthy households at the annual Boston Fair. The town's prosperity is reflected in St Botolph's, still one of the largest churches in England. " ...presents a very coherent history of Boston ...gives a real feel of the town's past." Lincolnshire Life

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