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Shakespeare's England By William Winter
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Winter (July 15, 1836 – June 30, 1917) was an... More > American dramatic critic and author.He was born on July 15, 1836 in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Winter graduated from Harvard Law School in 1857.William Winter wore many literary hats during his long, illustrious career: theater critic, biographer, poet, essayist, among them. He is known for his Romantic-style poetry, and for his long career as an editor and writer for some of New York City's great papers.Winter was a tour de force in the original Bohemian scene of Greenwich Village, going on to become one of the most influential men of letters of the last half of the 19th century and the pre-eminent drama critic and biographer of the times. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Winter_(author)< Less
New England Fieldstone - A Pictorial Tour - Volume 1 By Volume 1 & www.Stoneyard.com
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The Story of New England Illustrated, 1620 - 1920 By Edward Oliver Skelton
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Published and written by Edward Oliver Skelton, member of New England Historic Society and The Old Planter's Society, 1910. Copyright 1909. This is an illustrated, narrative of the principal events... More > from the arrival of the Pilgrims in 1620 and the Puritans in 1624. A very interesting read with many names. The illustrations comprise many which are for the first time published. The reproduction, in Governor Bradford's own handwriting, of pages from his history of the Pilgrims, and which include the compact signed that November night in the cabin of the Mayflower, and the list of those who came first in that historic ship. The copy of the charter, the oldest state paper in America.< Less
The Romance of Old New England Rooftrees (Illustrated) By Mary Caroline Crawford
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The book is all about old New England’s architecture. The author describes the typical houses and other buildings of those times.
THE ALGONQUIN LEGENDS OF NEW ENGLAND by CHARLES G. LELAND By Int'l Business Publications USA
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THE ALGONQUIN LEGENDS OF NEW ENGLAND OR Myths and Folk Lore of the Micmac, Passamaquoddy, and Penobscot Tribes by CHARLES G. LELAND
Witchcraft of New England Explained by Modern Spiritualism By Allen Putnam
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Our History In Stone: The New England Cemetery Dictionary By Christina Eriquez
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For more than 350 years New England has been known as one of the foundations of American arts and culture. Some of our countries greatest artists have left their mark in small towns from Maine to... More > Connecticut, and some of the most important artwork is forever on display in the most inconspicuous of places, carved into our history for future generations to see. A simple flower, a morbid skeleton or an ornate sailboat, mysterious symbols from the past, but what do they mean? Unlock the meanings behind these symbols and discover the world of the artists who carved them. This comprehensive visual guide is packed with 300 pictures from cemeteries located all over New England. Superstitious? Learn about the historic superstitions of old New Englanders. Is that cricket chirping just a soothing sound, or an eerie foreshadowing of death? This is Our History In Stone, The New England Cemetery Dictionary.< Less
Our History In Stone: The New England Cemetery Dictionary By Christina Eriquez
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For more than 350 years New England has been known as one of the foundations of American arts and culture. Some of our countries greatest artists have left their mark in small towns from Maine to... More > Connecticut, and some of the most important artwork is forever on display in the most inconspicuous of places, carved into our history for future generations to see. A simple flower, a morbid skeleton or an ornate sailboat, mysterious symbols from the past, but what do they mean? Unlock the meanings behind these symbols and discover the world of the artists who carved them. This comprehensive visual guide is packed with 300 pictures from cemeteries located all over New England. Superstitious? Learn about the historic superstitions of old New Englanders. Is that cricket chirping just a soothing sound, or an eerie foreshadowing of death? This is Our History In Stone, The New England Cemetery Dictionary.< Less
Our History In Stone: The New England Cemetery Dictionary By Christina Eriquez
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For more than 350 years New England has been known as one of the foundations of American arts and culture. Some of our countries greatest artists have left their mark in small towns from Maine to... More > Connecticut, and some of the most important artwork is forever on display in the most inconspicuous of places, carved into our history for future generations to see. A simple flower, a morbid skeleton or an ornate sailboat, mysterious symbols from the past, but what do they mean Unlock the meanings behind these symbols and discover the world of the artists who carved them. This comprehensive visual guide is packed with 300 pictures from cemeteries located all over New England. Superstitious Learn about the historic superstitions of old New Englanders. Is that cricket chirping just a soothing sound, or an eerie foreshadowing of death This is Our History In Stone, The New England Cemetery Dictionary.< Less
Wycliffe New Testament was made in England about 1410 By Richard Estes
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Book #1232: Wycliffe New Testament. It was made in England about 1410. Cathedral Library at Lichfield, England. It has 126 leaves and you will see all pages of it.

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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