Salem Women's Heritage Trail
Since English colonists settled in the historic port city of Salem, Massachusetts, which was known as "Naumkeag" to the Native Americans, women have been an integral part of its development from a small fishing village, to a leading maritime trading port, to a center of industry, to what Salem is today -- a thriving small city that celebrates its past while it builds its future.
While the world knows Salem for its role in the witch hysteria of 1692, there are many more women's stories to tell -- and this book, a self-guided walking trail, tells them!
72 pages. Soft cover. Illustrated. Indexed. Price includes tax and shipping.
- Item #: 0-9704784-0-2
- Condition: New