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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."
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  • The Charter of New England : 1620 - Transcript of the 1620 charter to colonize New England. From The Avalon Project at Yale Law School.
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  • Early Puritan Poetry - Overview of Puritan poets in New England, including Anne Bradstreet and Michael Wigglesworth.
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  • The Flag of New England - Illustrated history of the evolution of the flag.
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  • Freedom's Way National Heritage Area - Geographic region comprised of the central Massachusetts uplands and river valleys, and six New Hampshire towns.
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  • 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.)
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • New England Colonies - Designed for kids to learn about early American history in the region.
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  • New England Towns - Historical descriptions of the region, states, counties, and natural features, excerpted from Hayward's Gazetteer.
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  • The Puritan Tradition and American Memory - Scott Atkins authors a research paper about Puritans in 17th century New England and their cultural identity.
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  • Puritanism in New England - Overview provided by David Cody, Associate Professor of English, Hartwick College.
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  • Puritanism in New England - Dr. Donna Campbell offers a brief discussion of Puritanism in colonial New England.
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  • 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.
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  • 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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