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Early Settlements in New England and Distribution of the Indian Tribes,



Title: Early Settlements in New England and Distribution of the Indian Tribes
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Description: New England., a collective name given to six E. States of the U.S.-Me., N.H., Vt., Mass., R.I., and Conn. including an area of about 68,000 sq. m. The people, mostly descended from an English Puritan and Scottish ancestry, are celebrated for industry and enterprise. This region was granted by James I. To the Plymouth Company in 1606, under the title of N. Va., and the coast was explored by Capt. John Smith in 1614. — W. H. DePuy, 1881
Source: W.H. DePuy, People's Cyclopedia of Universal Knowledge: V.2 (New York, NY: Phillips & Hunt, 1881) 1230
Map Credit: Courtesy the private collection of Roy Winkelman
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