7 edition of The Pioneers of Massachusetts (1620-1650) A Descriptive List, Drawn from found in the catalog.
January 1, 1998 by Genealogical Publishing Company .
Written in English
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About The Pioneers of Massachusetts, This descriptive list of pioneers of Massachusetts was taken from colonial, town, church and other contemporary documents.
It lists over persons who settled The Pioneers of Massachusetts book colony and were instrumental in its growth. “Like McCullough's other books, The Pioneers succeeds because of the author's strength as a storyteller.
The book reads like a novel, with a cast of fascinating characters that the average reader isn't likely to know about A worthy addition to McCullough's impressive body of work.” -- Michael Schaub /5(). NOTE: The links below were consulted in the creation of your Gibbs Smith Education program.
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