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The Bay Psalm Book was printed by Stephen Daye at Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1640 - Library of Congress at Washington, DC. By Richard Estes
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Book #1030: The Bay Psalm Book. Printed by Stephen Daye at Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1640. Translators were John Eliot, Richard Mather and Thomas Weld. Library of Congress at Washington, DC. There... More > are eleven copies known today, this copy was missing 19 leaves.< Less
Stephen Farr of Concord, Massachusetts b. 1640 His Family, Descendants and Probable English Origins (A DNA Study) By Timothy M Farr
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The origins of Stephen Farr Sr. of Concord Massachusetts have finally been discovered. With Y-DNA testing and a complete survey of all the Farr vital records and probates in England, the connection... More > has been verified. We now know that Stephen Farr Sr. came from Lidlington, Bedfordshire, England. This book contains Stephen Farr's descendants down to only the persons who participated in the Y-DNA testing. This testing also helped verify all the children of Stephen Farr Sr. of Concord, Massachusetts. The book also contains the Ancestry of Stephen Farr Sr. in England.< Less
The Bay Psalm Book by John Cotton, Richard Mather and John Eliot - Printed by Stephen Daye at Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1640 By Richard Estes
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Book #684: The Bay Psalm Book by John Cotton, Richard Mather and John Eliot. Printed by Stephen Daye at Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1640. Sotheby's Sale at New York in November 26, 2013 will sell an... More > original copy of The Bay Psalm Book from 1640. Their is only eleven copies of that Psalm. This copy will be sold between $15,000,000 to $30,000,000. New information from 1947 when a copy was sold for $151,000. It was sold in November 26, 2013 about 7:07 PM for $14,200,000. Why did David Rubenstein had to pay $15,904,000?< Less
Frozen In Time: An Early Carte De Visite Album from New Bedford, Massachusetts By Susan Snow Lukesh
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Susan Snow Lukesh takes a mid-nineteenth century photo album from New Bedford, Massachusetts, created against a backdrop of the Civil War, and moves the people seemingly frozen in time backwards and... More > forwards. The details of daily living, of the marrying, working, and dying of the individuals in the album demonstrate the personal side of the development of this famous whaling capital through its transition to a strong mill economy. These details also show how the financial and intellectual capital of the city fueled development throughout the United States. At their creation photograph albums portrayed, and then continued to portray years later, a community, albeit selective. Importantly, these albums, especially the album presented here, served as a source for personal and collective storytelling, functioning as links to the past, offering intimations of status and social connections and family genealogy.< Less
Frozen in Time: An Early Carte de Visite Album from New Bedford, Massachusetts By Susan Snow Lukesh
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Susan Snow Lukesh takes a mid-nineteenth century photo album from New Bedford, Massachusetts, created against a backdrop of the Civil War, and moves the people seemingly frozen in time backwards and... More > forwards. The details of daily living, of the marrying, working, and dying of the individuals in the album demonstrate the personal side of the development of this famous whaling capital through its transition to a strong mill economy. These details also show how the financial and intellectual capital of the city fueled development throughout the United States. At their creation photograph albums portrayed, and then continued to portray years later, a community, albeit selective. Importantly, these albums, especially the album presented here, served as a source for personal and collective storytelling, functioning as links to the past, offering intimations of status and social connections and family genealogy.< Less
Frozen in Time: An Early Carte de Visite Album from New Bedford, Massachusetts By Susan Snow Lukesh
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Susan Snow Lukesh takes a mid-nineteenth century photo album from New Bedford, Massachusetts, created against a backdrop of the Civil War, and moves the people seemingly frozen in time backwards and... More > forwards. The details of daily living, of the marrying, working, and dying of the individuals in the album demonstrate the personal side of the development of this famous whaling capital through its transition to a strong mill economy. These details also show how the financial and intellectual capital of the city fueled development throughout the United States. At their creation photograph albums portrayed, and then continued to portray years later, a community, albeit selective. Importantly, these albums, especially the album presented here, served as a source for personal and collective storytelling, functioning as links to the past, offering intimations of status and social connections and family genealogy.< Less
Fifteen Letters On Education In Singapore: Reflections from a Visit to Singapore In 2015 By a Delegation of Educators from Massachusetts By Fernando M. Reimers & E. B. O’Donnell
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When a group of educators from Massachusetts traveled to Singapore to visit schools and talk to teachers, teacher educators, and school and system-level leaders in the fall of 2015, they were... More > determined to learn how Singapore had built a high-performing education system. Singapore has transitioned from an education system focused simply on universal literacy and primary education to one that aims for universal high school graduation and post-secondary success. It has gone from a developing nation in 1965 to a first-world economy today—and it has done so largely by focusing on education. In this series of letters, members of the delegation identify the educational practices and policies that have enabled Singapore to become a prosperous knowledge economy. Many of their practices and successes could be transferred to the United States and elsewhere.< Less
Fifteen Letters on Education in Singapore: Reflections from a Visit to Singapore in 2015 by a Delegation of Educators from Massachusetts By Fernando M. Reimers & E. B. O’Donnell
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When a group of educators from Massachusetts traveled to Singapore to visit schools and talk to teachers, teacher educators, and school and system-level leaders in the fall of 2015, they were... More > determined to learn how Singapore had built a high-performing education system. Singapore has transitioned from an education system focused simply on universal literacy and primary education to one that aims for universal high school graduation and post-secondary success. It has gone from a developing nation in 1965 to a first-world economy today—and it has done so largely by focusing on education. In this series of letters, members of the delegation identify the educational practices and policies that have enabled Singapore to become a prosperous knowledge economy. Many of their practices and successes could be transferred to the United States and elsewhere.< Less
William Owen (1611 – 1702) & Elizabeth Davis from England to Massachusetts and Some of Their Descendants By Rae Calvert
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A genealogy of some of the descendants of William Owen (1611-1702) and Elizabeth Davis (1629-1702) who came from England to Massachusetts and were married in Braintree, MA, 29 JUL 1650. Their... More > children were: Daniel2 Owen (b.1 AUG 1651; buried on 14 AUG 1651); Deliverance2 Owen (1654-1715) who married (1) John Eddy (2) John Paddock; and (3) Nathaniel Smith; Nathaniel2 Owen (1656-1733) who married Mary Gaylord; Ebenezer2 Owen, born 1 MAR 1657 who married Hannah Belcher; Daniel2 Owen (second of this name; b.23 NOV1659) who married Hannah Lincoln; Josiah2 Owen (1667-1746) who married Hannah Belcher Owen, and Obadiah2 Owen, born 1 DEC 1670. Many of these children have been traced to the present day. One noted descendant is Millard Fillmore, 13th President of the United States.< Less
THE BRIGHTWOOD BOYS - THE HISTORY OF THE MEN FROM THE NORTH END OF SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS, DURING WORLD WAR II By Christopher Montagna
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History of the men from the Brightwood section of Springfield, MA who served in WWII.

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