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House. Special Comm. on Rainsford Island. Report, 1835
House, (2d session,) No. 6 On September 5, 1835, three men were designated a special committee to consider the condition of Rainsford Island, which
was a barrier island containing the quarantine hospital. The island needed a new sea wall, for which $4500 had been appropriated, but research showed
that $25,000 was needed to do the job correctly. Resolved: cease work on the repairs. Ask the Massachusetts Congressional delegation to see if
there was any federal money to help with the project. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   Ordered, that so much of his honor the Lieut. Governor's message, as relates to the repairs of Rainsford Island : and an application to the general government for an appropriation for the same, be committed to a special committee of this House, and Messrs. Thayer, of Braintree, T.A. Greene, of New Bedford, Gurney, of Boston, are appointed. L.S. Cushing, Clerk.
OCLC Number:   1396610525
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