OF THE FIRST VOLUME.
CHAPTER I. |
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. |
|Peninsula south of the St. Lawrence||2|
|Increase in the Height of Mountains towards the North||5|
|Sources and Direction of Rivers||7|
|The Eastern and the Western Rivers||8|
METEOROLOGY, CLIMATE, AND SOIL. |
NATURAL HISTORY. |
|Reptiles and Quadrupeds||19|
ABORIGINAL INHABITANTS. |
|Observations of the First Voyagers on the Natives||19|
|The American Indians a Separate Family of Mankind||22|
|Sevenfold Division of the North-American Indians||23|
|Twofold Division of the New-England Indians||23|
|Aboriginal Population of New England||24|
|Dress, Houses, and Food||26|
|Horticulture and Fishing||27|
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Book title: History of New England.
Contributors: John Gorham Palfrey - Author.
Publisher: Little, Brown.
Place of publication: Boston.
Publication year: 1858.
Page number: xix.
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