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Abraham H. Howland

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New Bedford Free Public Library

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History of New Bedford | Port of New Bedford | New Bedford Harbor

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The City of New Bedford was incorporated in 1847, with Abraham Howland serving as its first Mayor.


www.newbedfordguide.com

When Rodman passed away in 1855, the mansion passed from one famous family after another, beginning with New Bedford's first mayor Abraham Howland.
For a number of years it passed from Howland, to Grinnell, to mill mogul Joseph Knowles who built an addition onto it in 1909, then to John Gael Hathaway.


Abraham H. Howland House - New Bedford, Ma. - www.WhalingCity.net

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Home of Abraham Howland
In these two photographs of 388 County Street, you can see different views of the home of New Bedford's first mayor, Abraham H. Howland who bought it in 1865 for $25,000.00. He kept his office in this granite mansion until his death in 1887. He was elected in 1847 immediately after New Bedford was first incorporated.


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Note: The whaling ship Abraham H. Howland, built 1845, lost off Honolulu 1852.
Named after the first mayor of New Bedford, Massachusetts. SIZE: 9-1/4" h x 41" l x 4-3/4" d. CONDITION: Very nice original condition with good color and patina. 9-22072 (1,750-2,200)


Free Computer Recycling New Bedford, Recycling Computer, Monitor recycling

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The creation of a bridge (originally a toll bridge) between New Bedford and present-day Fairhaven in 1796 also spurred growth. (Fairhaven separated from New Bedford in 1812, forming an independent town that included both present-day Fairhaven and present-day Acushnet.) The town of New Bedford officially became a city in 1847; Abraham Hathaway Howland was elected its first mayor.


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