Chatham in the Jazz Age by Debra Lawless

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Chatham in the Jazz Age by Debra Lawless

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Between the town's bicentennial celebration in 1912 and the start of the Second World War, Chatham was transformed from an undiscovered fishing village into a popular tourist destination. As hemlines rose and an old way of life began to collapse, a curious cast of characters put Chatham on the national map. Local author Debra Lawless investigates five prominent residents--Harold C. Dunbar, Alice Walker Guild, Heman Andrew Harding, Joseph C. Lincoln and Alice Stallknecht Wight--whose lives changed Chatham's landscape forever. From the Twin Lights to the dark side of town, discover the hidden truth--theft, racial tension, even murder--of this supposed Eden.

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