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The Founders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony By Sarah Saunders Smith
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"The Founders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony," by Sarah Saunders Smith, 1897. A careful research of the earliest records of many of the foremost settlers of the New England Colony:... More > compiled from the earliest church and state records, and valuable private papers retained by descendants for many generations. Genealogies are given for the following names: Saunders (Sanders), Pickman, Elkins, Thorndike, Proctor, Willard, Peele, Shillaber, Daniels, Bradbury, Perkins, True, Smith, Gill, Clifford, Currier, and Stevens. 372 pages< Less
Ruth of Boston A Story of the Massachusetts Bay Colony By James Otis
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Plymouth Colony to Plymouth County By Cynthia Hagar Krusell
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This book investigates life in Plymouth Colony in the 1680-1690 decade that witnessed the formation of the county system in Plymouth Colony in 1685.The decade represented the beginning of the demise... More > of Plymouth Colony and the absorption of the Colony into the larger and more prominent Massachusetts Bay Colony. This study focuses on family life, the land, and the church in the original Plymouth County towns of Plymouth, Duxbury, Marshfield, Scituate, Bridgewater and Middleborough. The book is based on extensive use of land, court, and probate records< Less
The Adventures of Ann Stories of Colonial Times By Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman
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This Indenture Wittnesseth, That I Margaret Burjust of Boston, in the County of Suffolk and Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England. Have placed, and by these presents do place and bind out... More > my only Daughter whose name is Ann Ginnins to be an Apprentice unto Samuel Wales and his wife of Braintree in the County afores:d, Blacksmith. To them and their Heirs and with them the s:d Samuel Wales, his wife and their Heirs, after the manner of an apprentice to dwell and Serve from the day of the date hereof for and during the full and Just Term of Sixteen years, three months and twenty-three day's next ensueing and fully to be Compleat, during all which term the s:d apprentice her s:d Master and Mistress faithfully Shall Serve, Their Secrets keep close, and Lawful and reasonable Command everywhere gladly do and perform.< Less
Norton Cemetery May We Never Forget; A history of Loudon Massachusetts By Peter Cameron
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A History of Loudon , Massachusetts located in the Berkshires, current day Otis, Massachusetts based on the lives of the residents of its oldest cemetery Norton Cemetery. The Book tracks the founding... More > fathers of this town and their families from Europe to the colonies to Loudon in the Berkshires of Massachusetts. It traces the town's history, through it's people from its inception and formation in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, through the French and Indian and Revolutionary Wars to a new nation. It describes the area's part in Shays Rebellion which sparked the writing of our Constitution through the 1800 and 1900's to the 21st century. All of this is based around those families that wrote the towns history and are buried in Norton Cemetery. This offers a chance to combine political and social histories offering a unique historical perspective. The history itself highlights several trends that our contrary to contemporary historical outlooks.< Less
Plymouth Colony to Plymouth County: The Land the Church the People - (1680-1690) By Cynthia Hagar Krusell
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This book investigates life in Plymouth Colony in the 1680-1690 decade that witnessed the formation of the county system in Plymouth Colony in 1685.The decade represented the beginning of the demise... More > of Plymouth Colony and the absorption of the Colony into the larger and more prominent Massachusetts Bay Colony. This study focuses on family life, the land, and the church in the original Plymouth County towns of Plymouth, Duxbury, Marshfield, Scituate, Bridgewater and Middleborough. The book is based on extensive use of land, court, and probate records< Less
The Ancestry of Andrew S. Moore & Mary E. Parkhurst : A Visit to Colonial New England Volume II By James F. Schneider
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Andrew S. Moore and Mary E. Parkhurst met and married in the wooded mountains of upstate New York in 1852. Both came from family roots extending back to the very earliest days of both Massachusetts... More > Bay Colony and Plymouth Colony. Volume I looks at the Moore ancestors up to Andrew S. Moore's generation. Volume II speaks to Andrew and Mary's life and then follows Mary Parkhurst's family back to their New World origins. It concludes with a brief look at what became of their four children.< Less
The Ancestry of Andrew S. Moore & Mary E. Parkhurst : A Visit to Colonial New England Volume I By James F. Schneider
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Andrew S. Moore and Mary E. Parkhurst met and married in the wooded mountains of upstate New York in 1852. Both came from family roots extending back to the very earliest days of both Massachusetts... More > Bay Colony and Plymouth Colony. Volume I looks at the Moore ancestors up to Andrew S. Moore's generation. Volume II speaks to Andrew and Mary's life and then follows Mary Parkhurst's family back to their New World origins. It concludes with a brief look at what became of their four children.< Less
The Wonders of the Invisible World By Cotton Mather
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Originally published in Boston in 1693 following the Salem Witch Trials of 1692, this book contains reprints of both "Wonders of the Invisible World" and "A Further Account of the... More > Tryals of the New-England Witches," historically significant works by father-and-son Puritan ministers Increase and Cotton Mather. While both books served as cautionary tales, the younger author warned against what he believed to be the very real dangers of the devil and witchcraft in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, while his father’s essays are a condemnation of witchcraft hysteria and the use of “spectral evidence” in courts of law. This edition also includes woodcuts and engravings from several early American and European books on witchcraft.< Less
Ca.1640 By Rick Granger
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Kidnapped, deported, forced to serve, Launcelot Granger did not get a fair shot at success in the colonies - and yet he thrived in a far off land against all odds. Follow the unlikely true story... More > that writes itself, based on a historical figure whose story is just too good not to tell.< Less

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