Our Yankee Heritage: New England's Contribution to American Civilization

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OUR YANKEE HERITAGE

New England's Contribution to American Civilization

By
CARLETON BEALS

DAVID McKAY COMPANY, INC.
New York

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  • I. the New England Way 1
  • II- New England's First Town 10
  • III- Rhode Island: Cradle of Liberty 29
  • IV- the Fundamental Orders 58
  • V- There's Iron In The Bogs 76
  • VI- New Towns On The March 91
  • VII- Schools For Everybody 109
  • Viii. Sons of Liberty 117
  • Ix. Clocks of Independence 135
  • X. Shoemaker Statesman 150
  • Xi. Exploring New Horizons 169
  • Xii. the Great Innovator 197
  • Xiii. New England Discovers The World 209
  • Xiv. the Father of Mass Production 232
  • Xv. the Giants Meet 246
  • Xvi. Black Magic 258
  • Xvii. New England's Golden Harvest 277
  • Xviii. the Ongoing 308
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