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17th Century New England
A wealth of resources for research on the Colonial period, with special emphasis on the Essex County (MA) witch hunt of 1792 and parallels to Arthur Miller's "The Crucible."
The Charter of New England : 1620
Transcript of the 1620 charter to colonize New England. From The Avalon Project at Yale Law School.
Early Puritan Poetry
Overview of Puritan poets in New England, including Anne Bradstreet and Michael Wigglesworth.
Freedom's Way National Heritage Area
Geographic region comprised of the central Massachusetts uplands and river valleys, and six New Hampshire towns.
Historic New England
Non-profit organization supports the preservation of the region's architectural and cultural heritage. (Formerly the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities.)
New England Antiquities Research Association
Group dedicated to the study and preservation of New England's stone sites. Provides calendar of programs and events, photographs, related links, how to report a site, and contact information.
New England Archivists
Regional organization for people who organize, describe, preserve, and provide access to historical records. Includes links to archival repositories by state, related Web resources, newsletter, membership information, and job postings.
New England Colonies
Designed for kids to learn about early American history in the region.
New England Historical Society
A community for New England history lovers.
New England Towns
Historical descriptions of the region, states, counties, and natural features, excerpted from Hayward's Gazetteer.
The Puritan Tradition and American Memory
Scott Atkins authors a research paper about Puritans in 17th century New England and their cultural identity.
Puritanism in New England
Overview provided by David Cody, Associate Professor of English, Hartwick College.
Puritanism in New England
Dr. Donna Campbell offers a brief discussion of Puritanism in colonial New England.
Strange New England
Quarterly online publication reports on the unusual, odd, and forgotten places, landmarks, folklore, and legends that are part of New England's history.
Topographic Map of Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut
From the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection at the University of Texas.
A Very Grave Matter
Provides information on colonial cemeteries, and photographs and inscriptions of gravestones in eastern New England. Also has old epitaphs, updates on cemetery preservation projects, and extensive list of related links.
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