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The plantation of Newbury was founded as a town in 1635 and is located in the northeastern part of Essex County. Pawtucket Indians hunted and captured seasonal runs before settlers appeared.
As the town grew fishing - weaving - tanning and shoe making as well as small scale ship building became important industries. Farmers would raise cattle and sheep so by 1791 there were over 3000 cattle on the town lands. Around that time the town began to produce woolen goods made from the first American-made wool machines that also included snuff and chaises and slate.
The competition from England's woolen mills decreased the emphasis on woolens which led to the production of cotton fabric and was the beginning of a cooperage which is a machine made nail factory and scythe mill.
In 1844 James Steam Mills was began and in 1850 the railroads were in town, by 1845 45000 pairs of shoes were made. Soon the economy would swing back into agriculture and by the end of the 19th century there was a large shift into dairying. By 1905 instead of shoes there were 450000 gallons of milk were produced and poultry and eggs became a significant business.
This is Stickman’s local hangout a half block from his house. Expect a large crowd to dance to our swinging blues. The Coma is a great bar with excellent food! Its the place where plumbers and surgeons rub elbows with fishermen, Hairdressers, and all the great local people of the island.
If you laugh and cry within the same ten minutes, you either need a vacation or are sitting in the audience at a Don White show. This working class family man from Lynn, Massachusetts has emerged as the thoughtful song writer of the decade whose relevance to our lives is evidenced by the powerful reaction he evokes at every concert. Radio audiences, too, are not safe from the Don White experience. Valerie Adams of WNCS Radio, Vermont said, "I've never seen anything like it. Everytime I play I Know What Love Is the phones light up like a Christmas tree. Stereo Review Magazine called it, "a candidate for song of the year." Enjoy the acoustics of the First Parish sanctuary that are conducive to enhancing Don's music. Refreshments will be available during the intermission.
Much in the spirit of the great residency that exists at New Orleans' own Spotted Cat Music Club where the legendary Vipers have thrown down on every Monday for the past god-knows-how-long, the Po' Boys are steeped in tradition while in search of creating tradition all their own. With a repertoire of New Orleans standards, spirituals, contemporary music, and swing tunes, the Po' Boys offer a lively blend of fun and insanity. You are welcome to dance to this lively music! Refreshments will be available during the intermission.
When: Mar 18, 2016 7 PM to Mar 18, 2016 9 PMin Newbury, Massachusetts Cost: 19 - 19 USD (Fri, 18 Mar 2016 19 )
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