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Natick [MA] is located in the southern part of Massachusetts in Middlesex County, approximately 16 miles from Boston and 24 miles from Worcester. This work contains 16 chapters covering a vast assortment of topics including: Name and Signification; Original Boundaries; Construction of the First Village; Sketch of the life of Eliot; Care of Indians; Rev. Mr. Hunt's Address; Natick Indians; Oppression by the Whites; Eliot Monument; Extracts from Records of Town; Bi-Centennial Celebration; Resolution of the Town on the Declaration of Independence; Muster Roll of the Natick Company at Bunker Hill; Proprietors of Town in 1719, 1782, and in 1800; Ecclesiastical History; Indian Bible and other Indian Translations by Mr. Eliot; Rev. Oliver Peabody and Organization of his Church; Publications of Mr. Peabody; First Meeting-House; Funds; Settlement of Rev. Freeman Sears; List of its Ministers; List of Deacons; Other Religious Societies; Climate; Geology; Botany; Boundaries; Roads; Railroads; Post Offices; Consecration of Dell Park Cemetery; Statistical History; Population; Taxation; Education; Official History; Town Officers; Agriculture; Manufacture of Shoes; Social History; Charitable Associations; Libraries; Slavery. Accentuated with illustrations of people and buildings, this work contains an appendix with extra information about the town and a new subject+fullname index.
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Book Description Heritage Books, Inc., 2002. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0788421468