Beginnings Of Colonial Maine 1

Author: Henry S. (Henry Sweetser) 1837 Burrage
Publisher: Wentworth Press
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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.

Maine During The Colonial Period

Author: Charles E. Clark
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Since the forthcoming volume is about New England, it is the one that will most
interest the users of this guide. What is true for American history on the larger
scale is also true of Maine. There has not been a serious scholarly contribution to
the colonial history of Maine that is devoted exclusively and exhaustively to some
significant piece of the Maine past since 1914. And in that case, Henry S.
Burrage's The Beginnings of Colonial Maine (1-3), the period of coverage ends
midway ...

The Sea Mark

Author: Russell M. Lawson
Publisher: University Press of New England
ISBN: 1611687179
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See also Kerry Hardy, Notes on a Lost Flute: A Field Guide to the Wabanaki (
Camden, ME: Down East Books, 2009). 18. Description of New England, 188;
Cyrus Eaton, History of Thomaston, Rockland, and South Thomaston, Maine, 2
vols. (Hallowell, ME: Masters, Smith, and Co., 1865), 1:23; NOAA Chart 13288: “
Monhegan Island to Cape Elizabeth”; NOAA Chart 13301: “Muscongus Bay; New
Harbor; Thomaston”; Coast Pilot, 253. 19. Burrage, Beginnings of Colonial Maine
, 126; ...

Over The Beach

Author: Donald W. Boose
Publisher: Government Printing Office
ISBN: 9780980123678
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A series of expeditions beginning in 1 645 by British and colonial troops against
the French settlement of Port Royal in what would later become Nova Scotia is
among the earliest recorded amphibious operations by Europeans in North
America. In 1690 Sir William Phips led some 450 ... Ear (1 73 8-48). 1 In 1745,
4,200 Maine volunteers, led by William Pepperrell, sailed in 90 ships to capture
the French fortress of Louisburg on Cape Breton Island. Louisburg was returned
to France ...

A Distant Heritage

Author: Larry Eldridge
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 9780814722954
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James, Sydney V. Colonial Rhode Island: A History. New York: Charles
Scribner's Sons, 1975. ... American Journal of Legal History 1 (1957):119—47.
Johnson, Herbert A. Essays on New York Colonial Legal History. Westport, Conn.
; Greenwood Press, 1981. , ed. South Carolina Legal History. Spartansburg:
University of South Carolina Press, 1980. Jones, Alice Hanson. ... Konig, David T.
Law and Society in Puritan Massachusetts: Essex County, 1629–1692. Chapel
Hill: University of ...

American Beginnings

Author: Emerson W. Baker
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803245549
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Maine. and. Acadia. John. G. Reid. At the opening of the seventeenth century,
Norumbega, or the territory later known as the state of Maine, was essentially
unaffected by European colonial claims. A few contacts between native and ... [St.
Lawrence]" were substantiated only by occasional military expeditions and by
colonial communities in Wells, York, and Kittery.1 The retreat, rather than the
expansion, of European settlement characterized political history in the last
decades of the ...

Junior High School Library Catalog

Author: Gary L. Bogart
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Dickinson, Alice The colony of Massachusetts. Watts, F. 197S 87p illus maps lib.
bdg. $5.90 974.4 1 Pilgrims (New England colonists) 2 MassachusettsHistory
Colonial period, 1600-1775 ISBN* 0-531-02775-9 LC 74-8744 "A First book"
This book "details the founding of Plymouth Colony, the life of the Puritans, and
their outspoken differences with England that finally culminated In the American
Revolution. [The author] also points out the much needed help and friendship
which ...


Author: Richard D. Brown
Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Press
ISBN: 9781558492493
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Political continuity with the colonial past had been broken in the 1770s. After
1800 the economy of Massachusetts took on a new character. The population of
the state doubled by 1 820, then tripled by 1880, even though the eastern district
Maine — had become a separate state in 18zo. Urban life became
predominant. In 1875, after two centuries, farming was surpassed decisively by
manufacturing as the chief occupation and leading source of income in