Temperance Towns

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Temperance Towns were settlements planned, financed, and populated by followers of the temperance movement of the late 19th century.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Susanna Barrows and Robin Room, Puritans in Taverns: Law and Popular Culture in Colonial Massachusetts, 1630–1720, p. 185, University of California Press (April 1991)
  2. ^ Walter T. Pulliam, Harriman, the Town that Temperance Built, 706pp, (privately printed by Pulliam, 1978)