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Marshfield, 70 ̊-40 ́W:42 ̊-5 ́N; the autobiography of a Pilgrim town; being an account of three hundred years of a New England town; founded by the Pilgrims; lived in and developed by the Royalists; adopted by Daniel Webster; beloved by many of the ancestors of those who today make it their home. 1640-1940.

Author: Joseph Clarence Hagar; Marshfield Tercentenary Committee, Marshfield, Mass.
Publisher: Marshfield, Mass., Marshfield Tercentenary Committee, 1940.
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Marshfield, 70 ̊-40 ́W:42 ̊-5 ́N; the autobiography of a Pilgrim town.
Marshfield, Mass., Marshfield Tercentenary Committee, 1940
(OCoLC)742324057
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Clarence Hagar; Marshfield Tercentenary Committee, Marshfield, Mass.
OCLC Number: 2755433
Notes: "This book is the joint effort of Marshfield folk to give in 1940 the story of the three hundred honorable years of our beloved town ... The narrative, drawn as it is from numberless sources, cannot be ascirbed to any authors ... I must however assume responsibility for most of the text and all of the emphasis."--"As to acknowledgments", signed: Joseph C. Hagar.
Description: xix, [1] 334 pages including frontispiece, illustrations, plates, portraits, maps (part double) facsimiles 24 cm

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