1673. 1899. History of the Town of Sunderland, Massachusetts: Which Originally Embraced Within Its Limits the Present Towns of Montague and Leverett

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Press of E.A. Hall & Company, 1899 - Franklin County (Mass.) - 412 pages
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Contents

CHAPTER
1
Agreement of Proprietors 1215
12
First Town Officers
21
Boundaries and Division of Lands 2S32
32
CHAPTER V
42
Action of the Town 4849
48
Joseph Willard and Others 5760
57
Rev Asa LyonRev David Howe Willislon
72
Articles of Confederation Discussed and Acted UponSoldiers Pay
134
Sums Allowed for Articles of Farm Produce and Merchandise
141
His Own StatementWar of 1812
145
CHAPTER XII
149
Geese
153
MillsFulling MillManufacture of PotashTan YardsFerries
159
PlumtreesWhitmores MillsCanadaSunderland CaveMt Toby
169
Boating on the RiverCovering ButtonsPalmleaf Hats etc 184188
184

The Baptist Society at North Sunderland 77 78
77
Congregational Parish Formed Separate from the Town 79S3
83
CHAPTER VII
87
First LibraryNames of ProprietorsSecond
98
CHAPTER XI
115
War of RevolutionEarly Resistance to British Taxation See Appendix
121
CHAPTER XIII
189
Leonards TavernFellows BillingsWayside InnsMajor Hub
201
Ministers and Missionaries who were from Sunderland with List
208
Biographical SketchesCapt Israel Hubbard Caleb HubbardNa
237
Sunderland Village 18251830 by Mr TaftIndian Troubles
399

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