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The Natural and Civil History of Vermont

The Natural and Civil History of Vermont

by Samuel Williams

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Northfield, Vermont
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A sound copy of this scarce book on the Civil and Natural History of Vermont. The map is complete and tipped into the front. The map was created by James Whitelaw, of Ryegate, famed surveyor. The book was published in 1794 by Isaiah Thomas and David Carlisle and sold at their bookstore in Walpole, NH, and by Thomas at his bookstore in Worcester, Mass. The book was written by Rev. Samuel Williams, who was the grandson of Rev. John Williams subject of the famous 1704 Indian raids on Old Deerfield, Mass, which was the subject of the book by Mary P Williams "The Boy Captive of Old Deerfield" This is a classic Vermont book. 12 are listed in OCLC.
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