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New England's Struggles for Religious Liberty By David B Ford
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New England's Struggles for Religious Liberty by David B. Ford.
History of New England Volume 1 By Sola Scriptura Publishing
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The History of New England from 1630-1649 by John Winthrop. Volume 1. Edited by James Savage.
History of New England Volume 2 By Sola Scriptura Publishing
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The History of New England from 1630 to 1649 by John Winthrop. Volume 2. Edited by James Savage. 1853.
History of New England Volume 1 By Sola Scriptura Publishing
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The History of New England from 1630-1649 by John Winthrop. Edited by James Savage. Hardback.
The Romance of Old New England Rooftrees By Mary C. Crawford.
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1992 - 1993 New England - Europe By Charles Atkinson
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1992 drive from Boston after the BusinessWorks Conference to Bar Harbor, Maine. B & B vacation and ocean views. 1993 American Embassy meeting in Athens. Visited London, Rome, Venice and Greek... More > Islands of Hydra, Aegina and Mykonos.< Less
New England Homeschool Resource Guide By
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This books lists places to go, things to see and websites to visit for busy and budget-minded homeschooling families.
With Juliet In England By Grace S. Richmond
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A charming story in which Juliet Marcy Robeson, one of Mrs. Richmond’s most lovable diameters, reappears. Juliet, visiting England for a while, is chaperon to Diantha Browne, a vivacious young... More > lady from the Western States. The love adventures in England of Diantha and her friend Agnes Gilbert art? amusingly interwoven with the account of their visits to Torquay. This Charming Early Romance Novel tells of Juliet Marcy Robeson visits England and is Chaperon to Diantha Brown a vivacious young lady from the States! A wonderful Snapshot of life in the 1930's from a time when Romance Novels for Women were new and daring! Grace S Richmond was a well known romance novelist in the 1930's, her books included, 'The Indifference of Juliet', 'Midsummers Day', 'Cherry Square', 'Bachelors Bounty' and many more.< Less
The History of England By Jane Austen
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Forget Mr Darcy, Jane’s got her teeth into the Kings and Queens of England. The author of Pride & Prejudice was just 15 when she wrote this hilarious parody of school history books, but her... More > quick wit shines through. Richard III may have murdered his nephew, but "I am rather inclined to suppose him a Very Respectable Man", Lady Jane Grey is dismissed as an airhead and the only good word Jane has for Henry VIII is that he was not as bad as daughter Elizabeth. Not published until a century after her death, this witty and lively comedy was a family secret for generations. Previously known by academics, the book at last gets a wider audience. Anyone who loves a light hearted romp through history. Some critics dubbed this the Monty Python of its day, and modern readers will discover that Jane Austen would have been as much at home with Blackadder and Baldrick as Mrs Bennet and Lady Catherine. With a new introduction by Sophie-Ann Devonshire and illustrations by Jane's sister Cassandra.< Less
The History of England By Jane Austen
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Forget Mr Darcy, Jane’s got her teeth into the Kings and Queens of England. The author of Pride & Prejudice was just 15 when she wrote this hilarious parody of school history books, but her... More > quick wit shines through. Richard III may have murdered his nephew, but "I am rather inclined to suppose him a Very Respectable Man", Lady Jane Grey is dismissed as an airhead and the only good word Jane has for Henry VIII is that he was not as bad as daughter Elizabeth. Not published until a century after her death, this witty and lively comedy was a family secret for generations. Previously known by academics, the book at last gets a wider audience. Anyone who loves a light hearted romp through history. Some critics dubbed this the Monty Python of its day, and modern readers will discover that Jane Austen would have been as much at home with Blackadder and Baldrick as Mrs Bennet and Lady Catherine. With a new introduction by Sophie-Ann Devonshire and illustrations by Jane's sister Cassandra.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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