Yankee Kingdom: Vermont and New Hampshire

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

I would like to thank most gratefully the following persons for their valuable assistance during the writing of this book.

Dr. Seymour T. D. Bassett, Mr. Allan J. Bertrand, Mr. Harrison A. Brann, Mrs. Dorothy Brodie, Mr. Carl Carmer, Mr. John Clement, Mr. John De Courcy, Dr. John S. Dickey, Miss Julie Eidesheim, Professor Allen R. Foley, Mr. Philip Guyol, Mr. Walter Hard, Jr., Captain B. J. Harral, Professor Herbert W. Hill, Dr. Ernest M. Hopkins, Professor John Huden, Mr. Edward Connery Lathem, Mr. Marcus A. McCorison, Mrs. Joyce McLaughlin, Miss Fannie Rothman, Miss Mary L. Roy, Mr. Glenn B. Skillin, Miss Dorothy M. Vaughan, and Mr. M. S. Wyeth, Jr.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Books by Ralph Nading Hill: iii
  • Regions of America iv
  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • I - Prologue 1
  • II - White Strangers In the Shadows 7
  • III - The Beginnings Of Empire 17
  • IV - Footprints On a Warpath 27
  • V - The Last Of the Wentworths 53
  • VI - Lords of the Gateway 69
  • VII - The Slave of Freedom 93
  • VIII - Beyond the Backbeyond 119
  • IX - Nobody's War 141
  • X - What They Did There 155
  • XI - Certain Woodmen, Watermen, and Hunters 179
  • XII - When the People Were on Fire 205
  • XIII - Exodus 241
  • XIV - Faces of the Land 251
  • XV - Economic Sorrows And Political Pleasures 277
  • XVI - Litany in Evergreen 293
  • Index 325
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