The Charles River: A History of Greater Boston's Waterway
The Charles River defines a good portion of Newton’s city boundary, and has been entwined with the city’s history from its founding. A source of waterpower, transportation, and recreation for Newton and the other 23 towns and cities along its route, it is featured in the stories of many prominent individuals and inventions. Join author Ted Clarke as he illuminates the story of the river, which is the subject of his new book The Charles River: A History of Greater Boston's Waterway.
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