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Massachusetts Books

bookPlymouth Colony: Its History and People (Paperback) by Eugene Aubrey Stratton

The first complete history and genealogy of Plymouth Colony ever published, Plymouth Colony: Its History and People includes a concise chronological and topical history of this famous pilgrim colony! You'll be enthralled as you analyze the more than 300 biographical sketches of the colony's inhabitants, maps, photographs and more! The well-organized, annotated bibliography will guide you to additional available primary and secondary literature on Plymouth. Anyone researching early American history will quickly recognize Plymouth Colony is an essential component of their library! 481 Pages, 5 1/2 by 8 1/2, Softbound ISBN 0-916489-18-3

Paperback: 481 pages

Publisher: (March 1997)

Language: English
ISBN: 0916489183
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.6 x 1.2 inches

bookThe Boston Recorder and Telegraph, 1825 (Paperback) by Elaine Morrison Fitch

In 1825 America was still a very young country; the battle for its independence from English rule had taken place just fifty years earlier. I

n Boston, already a well established city, the cornerstone for the Bunker Hill Monument was put in place during a ceremony that included John Quincy Adams, the Marquis de Lafayette, and Daniel Webster.

Elsewhere that year the first boat left Buffalo from New York City upon the newly opened Erie Canal, settlers were still at war with Native Americans, and piracy was a problem on our coastal waters. Though New Englanders were well established, large portions of the United States were still not populated. In 1825 America was yet a vast expanse of raw beauty and untapped resources, and truly a land of opportunity for many settlers still to come.

The articles abstracted from this weekly newspaper are presented in chronological order for the year 1825. They include shipping news, fires, ordinations, Indian affairs, obituaries, lists of marriages and deaths. Index included.

bookVital Records of the Town of Freetown, Massachusetts, 1686 Through 1890 (Paperback) by Helen Gurney Thomas

Paperback: 500 pages

Publisher: Heritage Books (July 1988)

Language: English

ISBN: 1556131364

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