For the Entertainment of Strangers: The Inns and Pubs of Cambridge

For the Entertainment of Strangers: The Inns and Pubs of Cambridge

by George Hanford - 23 pages (softcover), ©1997, $2.00

From the introduction of Cambridge's first "public houses" in 1639 through the repeal of Prohibition, the inns and pubs of Cambridge have played a defining role in the character of the community. Shedding light on an often neglected but nonetheless crucial part of Cambridge's past, George Hanford explores the colorful history of Cambridge's taverns, inns, and pubs.