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Title page "The Illustrated American Biography; Containing Correct Portraits of The Principal Actors in American History"
Volume I, like the other five volumes, contains 100 portraits and brief biographical sketches of individuals who played an active part in American history.
Cover "America's Triumph at Panama"
The path between the seas - the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans - was ultimately completed by American workers in 1914.
Cover "Sermons, No. II- How To Change Your Heart"
Charles Grandison Finney was one of the greatest evangelical preachers in an era of religious revivals.
Title page Graham Bread Recipe from "The New Hydropathic Cook-Book"
Sylvester Graham believed that a vegetable diet and eating bread made from coarsely ground "graham flour" would prevent or cure alcoholism.
Title page "A Son Of The Forest. The Experience Of William Apes, A Native Of The Forest"
William Apes wrote "A Son of the Forest," the first published autobiography by a Native American, in 1828.
Cover "Learning By Doing At Hampton"
Boarding schools like the Hampton Institute sought not merely to educate but also to indoctrinate young Native and African American students in the values and customs of white society.
Title page "New And True Stories For Children, With 100 Pictures"
This schoolbook, published in New York in 1849, helped to satisfy a big demand for schoolbooks in New England and New York.
document "HYMN - For Fourth July--1826"
Jul 4, 1826
Samuel Willard (1776-1859), minister of Deerfield who was born the year the country began the war for independence from Great Britain, composed this fourth of July hymn on the 50th anniversary of that occasion.
Page 3 "A Visit "in the Gazette and Mercury Newspaper
Aug 29, 1837
An item in the Greenfield newspaper of August 29, 1837, describes a visit of a group of St. Francis Indians, descendants of Eunice Williams, to a site three miles from Deerfield, Massachusetts.
Page 3 "Civilization rebuked by the savage" in "Gazette and Mercury" Newspaper
Sep 5, 1837
A small item in the September 5, 1837, edition of the Greenfield newspaper recounts an incident between townspeople and Abenakis encamped on the outskirts of town.


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