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How to Search Deeds
For example, in Massachusetts and Maine, deed registries are found in the ... Deeds, probate records, and court decrees--three kinds of records that can ...
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How to Make a Timeline
When we make a timeline of historical events, we create a graphic representation of how we in Western secular society think about time. ...
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How to Make a Timeline
When we make a timeline of historical events, we create a graphic representation of how we in Western secular society think about time. ...
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How to Make a Timeline
If your dates can be divided into two or three smaller categories or themes, try making parallel timelines with identical segment sizes. ...
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How to Make a Timeline
When we make a timeline of historical events, we create a graphic representation of how we in Western secular society think about time. ...
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Archive Index by Topic
Geography and Surveying, Maine History Midwifery and Birth ... Geography and Surveying. Bird's Eye View of the City of Hallowell, Kennebec Co., Maine, ...
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About A Midwife's Tale: Ulrich's Bancroft Acceptance Speech
Laurel Thatcher Ulrich gave the speech below when accepting the Bancroft Prize ... "Good Wives is out. Except for a short review in the NY Times, silence. ...
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Decoding the Diary
To decode Martha Ballard's diary, you will need to understand how she structured her pages, how she recorded the date, and how she used abbreviations and ...
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May 24 through May 31, 1788 of Henry Sewall's Diary (T)
Fair weather -- which is very agreeable after a long spell of wet --. ... Saturday 31. One Dr. Emerson came here last night to board. John Sewall here. ...
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DoHistory Home
Martha Ballard's Diary Online, Can't view images? ... Created by Film Study Center, Harvard University and hosted by Center for History and New Media, ...
 
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