Planters of Early New England: A Sketch of Roger Mowry Mann's Seventeenth Century Ancestors
Gateway Press, Incorporated, 2009 - New England - 391 pages
The purpose of this book is to honor the memory of Robert Mowry Mann, a successful publisher and an extraordinarily engaging person. Tracing the direct ancestors of Mowry Mann revealed much about life in seventeenth-century New England, and a vast trove of information and records existed with respect to Mowry Mann's direct ancestors.
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