Yankee Kingdom: Vermont and New Hampshire

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Abbot, Stephen, 165-66
Abercrombie, James, 33-34, 40-43 passim, 80, 85, 154
Abnaki Indians, 14-15
abolitionists, 181-86, 194, 196, 199
Adam Duncan (steamboat), 175-76
Adams, James Truslow, 116
Adams, John, 57, 58, 131, 288
Adams, John Quincy, 182
Adam, Nathaniel, 19-20, 65
Adams, Sherman, 255, 290
Addison, Vt., 122-23
Adirondack Mountains, 11
Age of Homespun, 138-39, 157
agriculture, 123, 137-38, 253, 279, 280; see also farmers
Aiken, Edward, 122
Aix-la-Chapelle, treaty of, 39
Albany (ship), 173
Albany, N.Y., 24, 31, 36, 37, 99, 170- 174passim, 199, 245, 272
Alcott, Bronson, quoted, 233
Aldrich, Ephraim, 210
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, quoted, 62
Algerine Captive, The (novel), 132
Algiers, Dey of, 50
Algonquin Indians, 10-15, 128, 259-60
Allen, Ethan, 71-74, 87, 95-117, 125, 131, 212, 288, 307
Allen, Ira, 71, 86, 88, 96, 98, 99, 107, 109, 114, 200
Allen, Levi, 86
Allen, Samuel, 22-23
America (ship, built 1782), 143-45, 177
American Revolution, see Revolutionary War
Amherst, Jeffery, Lord, 43-47, 85
Amherst, N. H., 197, 24
Ammonoosuc River, 44, 183
Amoskeag mills, 162-64, 281-84
Anburey, Thomas, quoted, 80
Anglican Church, 55, 59-61, 212
Angososico, Twinkling Mountain of, see Mount Washington
Annals of Portsmouth, 19-20
Anne, Queen, 37, 61
Applebee, Emor, 211
Appledore Island, 274-76
architecture, 298-99
Arlington, Vt., 100, 266
Arnold, Benedict, 71-79, 82, 113, 152
Arnold's Bay, Vt., 78
arts and crafts, 138-39, 296-97
Ashuelot River, 157
Atkinson, Theodore, 55
Atkinson, Theodore, Jr., 55, 63
Baker, Mark, 218-29, 236
Baker, Remember, 100
Ball, B. L., 258
Barnard, Vt., 304
Barnet (steamboat), 174-75
Barnet, Vt., 44,
Barre, Vt., 168, 234, 279, 308
Barry, George, 232
Barton, Vt., 122, 234
Barton, William, 122
Bass, Robert P., 286
Bates, Ernest Sutherland, 227-28, 231
Battenkill River, 89, 157, 266
Baum, Friedrich, 80, 88-91
Bayley, Jacob, 110, 113
Beach, Gersham, 71
Bedford, N. H., 247
Beecha Falls, Vt., 285
Belknap, Jeremy, 55, 121
Bellamy, John H., 178
Bellows Falls, Vt., 169, 174-76
Bennington, Battle of, 89-92, 105, 106, 295
Bennington, Vt., 88-92, 98n, 99, 104- 109passim130, 175, 182, 207, 248
Bennington College, 304-05
Bennington party, 107
Benson, Vt., 201, 213
Berlin, N. H., 285
Berwick, N. H., 147

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