View at Beaver Brook Falls, The Author's Residence

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Title

View at Beaver Brook Falls, The Author's Residence

Description

Located between the towns of Waltham and Belmont, MA the falls were the site of a mill that had burned down and remained a picturesque feature on the estate of landscape architect Robert Morris Copeland. The stream and appear to have been referenced in James Russell Lowell's 1848 poem "Beaver Brook."

Creator

Staigg, Richard M. (1817-1881)

Publisher

Dinsmoor and Company

Date

1866

Contributor

Cooper, Ken

Source

Robert Morris Copeland, "Country Life: A Handbook of Agriculture, Horticulture, & Landscape Gardening." 5th ed., revised. Boston: Dinsmoor, 1866.

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