- We are now living in
- According to Sturbridge A Pictorial History by Brian
Burns, © 1988, "... the economic depression called the Panic of
1857 shut down the Sturbridge Cotton Mills for about a year. Upon
reopening, the corporate structure was changed. James C. Fisk of
Cambridge became treasurer, and over the next twenty-five years
dominated the village called Fiskdale. (That the unrelated Fiske and
Fisk families should have such influence over "Fiskdale" is a curious
coincidence. As early as the 1830's Fiskdale - not "Fiskedale" - was
in common usage.)"
- Fiskdale is part of
- We lived in Oregon for more than a dozen years.
- This is how we learned to pronounce it -
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