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Page 67a Account Book of Elijah Williams, Ledger B, Vol. 3
Storekeeper (Elijah Williams) accounts with Abijah Prince. This is a page from the account book of Deerfield, Massachusetts, storekeeper Elijah Williams (1712-1771) that includes purchases and payments from the free black man, Abijah Prince.
front Connecticut Valley
c. 1855
George Fuller of Deerfield, Massachusetts, painted portraits in his early career but began painting landscapes such as this view of the Holyoke and Pocumtuck Ranges in the Connecticut Valley when he returned to the family farm.
Page 1 WWI letter to Emily Gladys Bartlett
Jan 12, 1919
The war is over, but Edward Wirt is still in France. Although the Armistice had been signed in November, a final peace treaty was still being negotiated. Wirt's fiancée, Gladys, had participated in the joyous celebrations in Greenfield, Massachusetts.
document Fence Agreement between Arms and Wells
May 19, 1815
The agreement defines the boundaries of adjacent pastures owned by Deerfield farmers Jonathan Arms (1735-1819) and Samuel Wells (1772-1816).
Cover "The Boy Captive of Old Deerfield" excerpts
Originally published in 1904, this is the 1939 edition of the popular children's story of Stephen Williams and his capture in the February 1704 raid on Deerfield, Massachusetts.
document Share of the Canada-Cuba Land and Fruit Company, Limited
Jan 1, 1906
Charles Hart Ashley (1860-1925) bought $700 worth of stock in the Canada-Cuba Land and Fruit Company in 1905.
document Inventory of Charles Hart Ashley
Aug 11, 1925
When Charles Hart Ashley died in 1925, an inventory of his real and personal estate, totaling a little more than $21,000, was taken.
Title page Puritan Village patterns from "Historical Atlas of Massachusetts"
The layout of towns tells us a lot about the culture and society they belong to. The Puritan town sought to give its residents as equal a set of land as possible, using a model created in England and modified for the New World.
document "Monroe & Rowe"
The 1871 map of these two northern towns in Franklin County, Massachusetts, shows that, despite a small number of inhabitants, Rowe maintained a small-scale industrial base, while Monroe was too sparsely populated and far from transportation routes to do so.
document "Heath"
Heath in 1871 was a highly agricultural town with even less manufacturing facilities than its neighbors.


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