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Three episodes of Massachusetts history: the settlement of Boston Bay, the Antinomian controversy, a study of church and town government.

Author: Charles Francis Adams
Publisher: New York, Russell & Russell, 1965 [©1892]
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Genre/Form: History
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Adams, Charles Francis, 1835-1915.
Three episodes of Massachusetts history.
New York, Russell & Russell, 1965 [©1892]
(OCoLC)733878716
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Francis Adams
OCLC Number: 1474309
Description: 2 volumes (x, 1067 pages) map 23 cm
Contents: The settlement of Boston Bay; The Antinomian controversy; A study of church and town government.

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