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2 edition of forest-land owners of southern New England. found in the catalog.

forest-land owners of southern New England.

Neal P Kingsley

forest-land owners of southern New England.

by Neal P Kingsley

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station in Upper Darby, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forests and forestry -- New England

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    Statementby Neal P. Kingsley
    SeriesUSDA Forest Service resource bulletin NE ; 41
    ContributionsUnited States. Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Upper Darby, Pa
    The Physical Object
    Pagination27 p. :
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17953891M

    Standard academic books read like a clinical autopsy of a dead culture from many years ago. Contrary to this, A Cultural History of the Native Peoples of Southern New England provides an understanding of the ways, customs, and language of the southern New England American Indians from the Native's perspective/5. Adventist Book Centers (ABC) Adventist Book Center (ABC) N/A Manager. BERMUDA CONFERENCE ABC 41 King Street Hamilton HM 19, Bermuda SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND CONFERENCE ABC 34 Sawyer Street P.O. Box South Lancaster, MA Phone: () FAX: ()

      This book is a keenly interesting look into the ways, the works, and the world-views of the early inhabitants of what today is Southern New England. Dr. Bragdon writes not in an historical style, but rather in the ethnographic tradition. Thus, her chapters are sometimes rather slow going unless you're an anthropologist. There's a lot of jargon.5/5(2). Ninigret was at the center of almost every major development involving southern New England Indians between the Pequot War of –37 and King Philip’s War of – He led the Narrangansetts’ campaign to become the region’s major power, including a decades-long war against the Mohegans led by Uncas, Ninigret’s archrival.

    This book, Lighthouses and Coastal Attractions of Southern New England: Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts, provides special human interest stories from each of the 92 lighthouses, along with plenty of indoor and outdoor coastal attractions and tours nearby, info on lighthouses you can stay overnight, haunted lighthouse stories, windjammer and whale . A comprehensive modern-era book covering the New England region has not been published in over fifteen years. The time has come to preserve this important time in book form. Volume II, which will cover the southern New England states of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island, is scheduled for publication in November


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