The New England Gazetteer - 1839
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The book, "The New England Gazetteer; containing Descriptions of all the States, Counties, and Towns, in New England: also Descriptions of the Principal Mountains, Rivers, Lakes, Capes, Bays, Harbors, Islands, and Fashionable Resorts within the Territory. Alphabetically Arranged," by John Hayward, Boston, Massachusetts, 1839. This book examines the various States, Counties, townships, cities, communities, towns, and some individuals of New England as of 1839. There are many short biographical sketches. The book has approximately 512 pages, is arranged in alphabetical order, and is fully searchable using the Adobe Reader. Please note: This is not a paper book, it is a scan of the original paper book into the digital Adobe PDF format, written on a CD-ROM. You read this book on your computer using the free Adobe Reader software. It is a digital version of a hard to find book. If you could find a copy of the 1839 printed book, it would be very expensive.
There are too many individuals and locals listed in the New England Gazetteer to list.
Do not miss the chance to get this great historical, family, and genealogical reference! Please note: This is a scan of the original book converted to Adobe PDF format and written on a CD-ROM.
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