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THE PILGRIMS FIRST YEAR IN NEW ENGLAND By Rev. Nahum Gale     After  harvest, the  Pilgrims  prepared to keep  Thanksgiving.  "That they might," as Winslow says, " after a special manner, rejoice together, after they had gathered the fruit of their labors."...
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SELECTIONS  FROM THE WRITINGS OF CONNECTICUT WOMEN AN OVERDOSE OF HASHEESH. BY MARY C. HUNGERFORD. {Popular  Science  Monthly,  1882.] BEING one of the grand army of sufferers from headache, I took, last summer, by order of my physician, three small daily d...
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Letter of Roger Williams to the General Court of Massachusetts - October 5, 1654
To the General Court of
Massachusetts Bay. Providence,
[October 5, 1654.] Much
honored Sirs, — I truly wish you peace, and pray your gentle acceptance of a
word, I hope not unreasonable.  We have
in these parts a found of your meditations of war against the...
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Thomas Munson
Thomas Munson
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Travels in New England and New York
Timothy Dwight   As to the opinion, that the Climate has already become milder, and is gradually advancing  towards the mildness of the European Climates in the same latitudes, I can only say, that I doubt the fact. Indeed, the observation of this subject h...
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The Great Swamp Fight - July 13, 1637

                 Mr. Stoughton , with about eighty of the
English, whereof Mr. Ludlow, Capt. Mason, of Connecticut, were
part, sailed to the west in pursuit of Sasacus , at Quinepiack , they killed six, and took
two. At a head of land a little short they be...
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A Story of Pequot Swamp
A STORY  OF Pequot   Swamp AND AN INCIDENT OF  MILL   RIVER  (NOW  SOUTHPORT ) IN "YE OLDEN TIME." BY P.D. RIDGE INTRODUCTION The Northwestern part of Southport is called Pequot Swamp. Two hundred years ago, and more, was fought here the great battle betwee...
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COLONIALS, INDIANS, AND THE GREAT SWAMP FIGHT OF 1637 by Sheila Sabo
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Roger Ludlow
   From  the beginning, in 1630,  Ludlow  had been identified with the interests of the people of Dorchester; and now this "principal lay citizen," well knowing that possession was nine points of the law (and he alone of the commission from Massachusetts kn...
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