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Daniel M. Lynch
No preview available - 2008
CHAPTER I Indian Tribes Musketaquid Indians Local Situation Settlement projected Act of Incorporation Purchase from the Indians Depositions...
CHAPTER II Efforts to civilize the Indians Eliot begins the Work Effects at Nonantum and at Concord Laws for the Indians Opposition Eliots La...
CHAPTER III Division of the Town Records Additional Grants Indian Deeds Iron Works built Town Farm Town of Stow granted Chronological...
CHAPTER IV Philips War State of the Country Garrison HousesExpedition to Brookfield Proceedings of Government and of the Town Lancaster ...
CHAPTER V Year 1684 important Bloods Farms annexed to Coneord The Ffly subsequent Years Lovewells Fight Cuba Expedition French War ...
CHAPTER VI American Revolution Proceedings of the Town Act respecting Tea Nonconsumption Covenant Sentiments of the People County Co...
CHAPTER VII BATTLE OF CONCORD
CHAPTER VIII State of Feeling on the 20th of April Tories College removed to Concord Committees of Correspondence Proceedings in Relation t...
CHAPTER XIV STATISTICAL HISTORY
CHAPTER XV SOCIAL AND OFFICIAL HISTORY
CHAPTER XVI BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES OF COLLEGE GRADUATES AND OTHER INDIVIDUALS BELONGING TO CONCORD
CHAPTER XVII HISTORY OF BEDFORD
CHAPTER XVIII HISTORY OF ACTON
CHAPTER XIX HISTORY OF LINCOLN
CHAPTER XX HISTORY OF CARLISLE
APPENDIX No I HISTORICAL VIEW OF THE EVIDENCE RELATING TO THE EVENTS OF THE 19TH OF APRIL 1775
CHAPTER IX State of Feeling subsequent to the Revolution Proceedings of the County and of the TownMr Averys LetterArmed Men assemble at C...
CHAPTER X ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY
CHAPTER XI Ordination of Mr Bliss State of the Church Revivals Proceedings of different Ecclesiastical Councils and of the Church Divisions in t...
CHAPTER XII NATURAL HISTORY
CHAPTER XIII TOPOGRAPHICAL HISTORY
No II NOTICES OF MILITARY SERVICES PERFORMED BY THE PEOPLE OF CONCORD IN THE REVOLUTION
NO III NOTICES OF EARLY FAMILIES AND DISTINGUISHED MEN
NO IV OLD AND NEW STYLE
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acres Acton aged April Bedford Benjamin Billerica Bliss born Boston bridge British Brooks Brown Bulkeley Buttrick Cambridge Capt Captain Carlisle Charlestown Chelmsford chosen church Colonel colony commanded committee Concord river council Court covenant Daniel Daniel Bliss daughter Davis Deacon died Ebenezer Edward Eleazer Elizabeth Ephraim Wood Farrar father fired Flint George graduated at Harvard granted Groton Hannah Harvard College Heald Heywood Hoar Hosmer Indians inhabitants James Barrett John Jonas Jonathan Jones Joseph Joseph Wheeler Joshua Josiah June killed land Lexington Lieutenant Lincoln lived March married Mary meeting-house Merriam Middlesex militia minister Minott Nathan Nathan Barrett Nathaniel October officers ordained petition Pond Praying Indians preached Prescott proceedings Provincial Rebecca removed river sachem Samuel Samuel Hoar Sarah September settled Simon Willard Stearns Stephen Stow Sudbury Thomas Thomas Brooks town of Concord troops wife William