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HISTORY OF SCITUATE, MASSACHUSETTS
Compiled and edited by Samuel Deane, 1831.
Additional material added by Bates & Vinal, 1899
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The book is 103 pages with family sketches arranged in alphabetical order, and a topical index, soft cover with a plastic comb binding, and available for $16.98 plus $3.99 shipping & handling charge (Add $1.00 S&H for each additional volume ordered).
This book contains the stories surrounding the founding and the earliest days in the history of the town of Scituate, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Many stories contain the names of some of the earliest residents and settlers involved with the history of the town. Topics detailed include: Boundaries, Roads, Bridges & Ferries, Mills, Harbors, Parishes, Churches, Education, Government & Office Holders, Land Marks, Ministers, Military Affairs, and the town's involvement in the Revolutionary War. Also included are approximately 200 sketches of the earliest founder's family names arranged in alphabetical order. The original record book, published in 1831, republished with additional information in 1899, was comprised of 406 pages. This volume reduces the size of the text and presents 4 original pages on each of the present volume's 103 pages.
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