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Books and other works on Winthrop
History of the Deane Winthrop House: Winthrop, Massachusetts, Built in 1637
- Winthrop Public Library, Text
Winthrop - Anciently Pullin Point : Our Peninsula in 1624
- Boston Public Library, WorldCat
Winthrop, Mass. Our Streets - How we got them and their Names
- Winthrop Public Library, Text
Map of the Town of Winthrop, Massachusetts, 1901
- State Library of Massachusetts, PDF, Flickr, WorldCat
Removal of the Old Point Shirley Schoolhouse Recalls Early Days
- Newspaper article, original at Winthrop Public Library, Text
CHANNING HOWARD, son of Edwin Dwelly, born Feb. 16, 1867; married Gertrude, daughter of Horace and Harriet Heath Creach of Boston, Nov. 6, 1889. He is a civil engineer a member of the firm of Whitman & Howard, at 85 Devonshire St., Boston; He resides in Winthrop; has been for several years one of the trustees of the Winthrop Public Library. He has had five children all born in Winthrop.
- HORACE CHANNING, born June 1, 1891 died Aug 13, 1892
- ETHEL GERTRUDE, born Dec. 27, 1892
- HERBERT ROLAND, born April 18, 1894
- ALDEN CHANNING, born May 29, 1897
- PAUL FREDERICK, born Jan. 13, 1900 died ashore.

- The Howard genealogy : descendants of John Howard of Bridgewater, Massachusetts, from 1643 to 1903, Heman Howard, 1986
"Channing Howard.
Funeral services for Channing Howard, 91, of 31 Lovell Rd., Winthrop, retired president of and treasurer of Whitman & Howard Inc. engineers, of Boston will be helad at the First Baptist Church, Hermon St., Winthrop.

Born in Easton, he was active in civic affairs for the 74 years he resided in Winthrop. He was former town engineer and library trustee of Winthrop and served as consulting sanitary engineer for many New Enland municipalities."
(Boston Daily Globe, Aug. 20, 1958)

Charles E. C. Breck
; By Joseph H Curtis and Channing Howard, a Committee of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers; Read before the Society March 21, 1900 (Online eBook)
"Herbert Taber Whitman
, one of the most prominent surveyors and engineers in Massachusetts died tonight at his home, 140 Warren Ave., Wollaston, after a short illness.

At the age of 21 Mr. Whitman formed a partnership with a Mr. Breck of Milton. Under the name of Whitman & Breck several important projects were completed by the two men. Among them were the laying out of Wollaston and the towns of Winthrop and Revere. Mr. Whitman also laid out the Narrow Gage Railroad, and planned the Fore River shipbuilding plant.

Several years ago Mr. Breck died, and Mr. Whitman took in partnership Channing Howard. The firm Whitman and Howard did business at 220 Devonshire St., Boston."
(Boston Daily Globe, Jan. 5, 1925)

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