Massachusetts (Thirteen Colonies) by Craig A. Doherty,Katherine M. Doherty

By Craig A. Doherty,Katherine M. Doherty

Massachusetts describes lifestyles within the early colony, together with such info because the development of the colony, farming practices, fishing, in another country exchange, shipbuilding, and the constitution of the govt, in addition to the various conflicts with local americans. Informative chapters disguise England's many makes an attempt to say keep watch over over the colonies, in addition to fascinating historic occasions resembling the Salem witchcraft trials and the siege of Boston.

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