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front St. Stanislaus
By 1900 one in every ten Catholics in America was of Polish origin.
front Mill River School Group
This photograph is of the one-room school at Mill River, Deerfield, Massachusetts, taught by Miss Lucy Lee. The Mill River School was one of the many Deerfield one-room schools that existed around the turn of the century and were closed during and just after World War I.
front Steam Roller
The Deerfield Town Meeting probably purchased this 1899 Aveling & Porter steam roller in 1899 as a part of its highway department. By 1899, steam engines had become small and sophisticated enough to move a vehicle as heavy as this.
front Wysocki Onion Storage
Antonin Wysocki was one of the many Poles who came to South Deerfield around the turn of the 20th century. Wysocki began as a farm laborer but within a decade had created his own business in the area's burgeoning onion industry.
front Horses and Farmers
The methods farmers used in New England changed little in the late 1800s, as this Howes Brothers photograph from the turn of the 20th century shows. This scene was taken near the Mill River in the town of Deerfield.
front Coal Wagon
This wagon, from the Howes Brothers collection of photographs, was used to haul coal. Taken at the railroad siding in South Deerfield, Massachusetts, the driver was probably waiting for a wagon load delivered by train.
front Coal Wagon
This photograph, from the Howes Brothers collection, shows a coal delivery wagon on the road to a home. Coal was the most widely used fuel in the 19th and much of the 20th century. Home deliveries were a common sight in New England well into the 1960s.
front Conway Road House
This photograph of the house at the corner of Lee Road and Route 116 in South Deerfield, was taken by the Howes Brothers between 1895 and 1902.
front Hillside Road House
This photograph, from the Howes Brothers collection of photographs, shows the home of Joseph Baranowski (also spelled "Baronowski"), an 1893 emigrant from Lithuania, then a province of Russia.
front Conway Road House
The Ostroski (also spelled Ostrowski) family pictured here in a photograph from the Howes Brothers collection were recent immigrants from the Polish regions of Russia. They emigrated to the United States in 1902 and by 1910 owned this home


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