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front Engraving "The Bloody Massacre perpetrated on King Street, Boston on March 5th, 1770"
This print by Paul Revere (1735-1818) of what became known as "the Boston Massacre" was a masterful piece of propaganda against the British government.
document Memorial Print announcing the death of Hariet A. Cooley
c. 1870
This printed memorial was painted and personalized with a tribute to the four-year-old Hariet Cooley.
document "Lieut. Genl. Ulysses S. Grant U.S.A."
This heroic portrayal of the Union's chief general, Ulysses S. Grant, had symbolic elements typical for its day.
document "Specimen of a Leaf of the Morus Multicaulis Tree for The Silk Grower"
c. 1870
This promotional flyer depicts the mulberry tree morus multicaulis, an agricultural experiment that caused a financial bubble in 1838.
document "Compliments of Greenfield Furniture & Undertaking Co."
c. 1910
The Green Furniture & Undertaking Company operated in Greenfield, Massachusetts, from 1906 to 1918. The combination of furniture and funeral facilities was common in the 19th century, since both required the careful joining of wooden pieces, for furniture or caskets.
document "Evarosa Remedial Tonic Label" from Toiletine Company in Greenfield
Toiletine Company Hair Tonic Label for Evarosa.
document Image of Beaver
James Wells Champney, once a resident of Deerfield, created this image of a beaver.
document Map of Europe 1822
This map of Europe, depicting rivers, mountain ranges, bodies of water, and major cities, was published in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1822.
Title page "Philip. King of Mount Hope"
This portrait of the Wampanoag Metacom, known to the English as King Philip, is a print from the 1772 engraving by Paul Revere and is reproduced in the 1930 book titled "The Beginnings of New England" by John Fiske.


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