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It all began with a Boston Globe article touting the bucolic loveliness of the sleepy town of Charlton. Since 1755, generations of farming families had been left in Edenic seclusion. Cows outnumbered citizens, horse 'n buggies ruled the roads and one-room schoolhouses brought together children of all ages. Suddenly, thousands of city dwellers descended on the peaceful community, looking for the "farm life." Charlton: Picturing Change chronicles a century marked by tremendous trials, triumphs and transitions. Through never-before-seen images, become witness to a rapidly vanishing rural way of life. Authors William O. Hultgren and Quentin R. Kuehl lovingly document how a town rooted in tradition came to proudly embrace not only its own history, but also the new neighbors who came seeking a slice of home.

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William Hultgren is Chairman of the Charlton Historical Commission and of the Charlton Historic Districts Commission and the Vice President of the Charlton Historical Society. He is a member of the Charlton Planning Board (since 1968) and National Register Coordinator for the town of Leicester. In the past he has served as Charlton Tree Warden, President of the Charlton Historical Society, Charlton Cemetery Commissioner, and Historic Preservation Consultant for the town of Leicester. Some of his past publications include: Charlton, Images of America (Arcadia 2001), Swedes of Greater Worcester (Arcadia 2005), and A Glance Back, Charlton Photographic History (Charlton Historical Society 1992). He is very active in the community, narrating the Historical Society's bus tour, which sells out every spring.

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