Growth before the Civil War

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Tilley Raymond House 1847, 12 George St.
Colonial society and its legacy: William Paine's residence of the "Oaks" 1778 and its transformation through the Greek revival and later 19th-century.
Cultural institutions for a developing city; Mechanics Association and the building of Mechanics Hall.
The 19th century picturesque landscape and the rural cemetery movement: Worcester's Rural Cemetery of 1838
Greek Revival and civic aspiration in Worcester: Steven Salisbury II and the Salisbury House (1836-8). Tilley Raymond House, 12 George St (Raymond part of the firm that built Mechanics Hall). Henry Goulding House 4 Dix Street (originally 26 Harvard St.) for a founder of Worcester Mechanics Association.

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