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History of the colony of New Haven to its absorption into Connecticut / Edward E. Atwater ; with supplementary history and personnel of the towns of Branford, Guilford, Milford, Stratford, Norwalk, Southold, etc. ; comp. by Robert Atwater Smith ; assisted by Bessie E. Beach and Lucy M. Hewitt.

Main Author: Atwater, Edward Elias, 1816-1887.
Related Names: Smith, Robert Atwater 1849-, Beach, Bessie E. , Hewitt, Lucy M.
Language(s): English
Published: Meriden, Conn. : Journal Publishing Company, 1902.
Subjects: Genealogy > Connecticut.
Connecticut > Genealogy.
Connecticut > History > Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
Note: "Supplementary history and personnel of towns belonging to the colony of New Haven": p. [593]-732, 749-767.
Appendix (p. 531-591): Autobiography of Michael Wigglesworth.--Nathanael Rowe's letter to Winthrop.--Lamberton's whip.--Names of people as they were seated in the New Haven meeting house in 1647, 1656, and 1662.--Hopkins grammar school.--New Haven's remonstrance.--New Haven's case stated.
Paging irregular: nos. 698a-f inserted after p. 698.
Physical Description: xii, 767 p. : ill. (incl. ports.), 5 fold. plans ; 23 cm.
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