Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor, “Settlers and Immigrants.”

From the site: The story of the Blackstone Valley is the story of people at work. whether a Nipmuc warrior hunting along a pristine river, a Yankee craftsman inventing a new tool in his workshop, or a 12-year old girl from Quebec toiling at a loom, each added their voice, their sweat and their genius to the creation of the Blackstone Valley. Today, citizens from every corner of the world call the Blackstone Valley home. Here are just a few of their contributions to our tale.”