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Towns of New England and Old England, Ireland and Scotland
Part I and Part II Contains HUNDREDS of Old Prints

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Contains BOTH Part I and Part II - Originally published separately
Connecting Links between Cities and Towns of New England and those of the Same Name in England, Ireland and Scotland. Contains Narratives, Descriptions and Vies as well as numerous Prints. Additionally contains "much matter" pertaining to The Founders and Settlers of New England and to their Memorials on both sides of the Atlantic. Written to Commemorate The Tercentenary of The Landing of the Pilgrims, issued by the Tudor Publishing Company, New York, Allan Forbes, MCMXXXVI (1936). TOTAL 450 Pages
This is the romantic story of the early settlement of the New England towns beginning with the arrival of the Mayflower passengers from Plymouth, England, to found a community of the same name on this continent. The connecting links between the cities and towns of New England and those of similar name in Great Britain and their close relationship is traced in detail. New light based on information uncovered from old documents is thrown on the early history of these towns as well as on the experiences and adventures of the early settlers. Of more than common interest are the illustrations gathered from town archives and old family collections, some of which are here published for the first time. This book is not only of great historical value but also forms an instructive guide to shrines and memorable places of the territory under consideration.

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