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Love of Freedom: Black Women... - Catherine Adams, Elizabeth H. Pleck

Love of Freedom: Black Women...Catherine Adams, Elizabeth H. Pleck

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They baked New England’s Thanksgiving pies, preached their faith to crowds of worshippers, spied for the patriots during the Revolution, wrote that human bondage was a sin, and demanded reparations for slavery. Black women in colonial and r… more

Love of Freedom: Black Women in Colonial and Revolutionary New England
Catherine Adams, Elizabeth H. Pleck
Oxford University Press, USA , English
The Boothbay Playhouse:A Pro... - Jerry Vermilye

The Boothbay Playhouse:A Pro...Jerry Vermilye

Built to resemble an old New England barn, the Boothbay Playhouse operated from 1937 to 1974, under two separate managements, as a professional summer theatre. In the old-resident-company tradition, a different play was presented each week… more

The Boothbay Playhouse:A Professional History: 1937-1974
Jerry Vermilye
AuthorHouse , English
The May-Flower and Her Log, ... - Azel Ames

The May-Flower and Her Log, ...Azel Ames

O civilized humanity, world-wide, and especially to the descendants of the Pilgrims who, in 1620, laid on New England shores the foundations of that civil and religious freedom upon which has been built a refuge for the oppressed of every l… more

The May-Flower and Her Log, July 15, 1620—May 6, 1621
Azel Ames
Classic Recipes: American Ho... - Wendy Hobson

Classic Recipes: American Ho...Wendy Hobson

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Showcasing some of the most popular dishes across the States, American Home Cooking reveals just how interesting and exciting our cooking can be. From the spicy fish dishes of the Deep South to the creamy chowders of New England, and from … more

Classic Recipes: American Home Cooking
Wendy Hobson
Arcturus , English
Little women: or, Meg, Jo, B... - Louisa May Alcott

Little women: or, Meg, Jo, B...Louisa May Alcott

Chronicles the humorous and sentimental fortunes of the four March sisters as they grow into young ladies in nineteenth-century New England. First published in 1869.

Little women: or, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy
Louisa May Alcott
Old Classics , English
The New England Grimpendium - J. W. Ocker

The New England GrimpendiumJ. W. Ocker

An insider’s guide to wicked, weird, and wonderful New England.A rich compendium of macabre and historic New England happenings, this travelogue features firsthand accounts of almost 200 sites throughout New England. This region is full of … more

The New England Grimpendium
J. W. Ocker
Countryman Press , English
A Walk Into Darkness (Ashley... - Jade Winters

A Walk Into Darkness (Ashley...Jade Winters

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Twenty-five years after a young girl goes missing from her home in South-East England, most have given up hope of ever finding closure. But when a renowned psychic has visions of a murder the police reopen the case, placing the puzzle of th… more

A Walk Into Darkness (Ashley McCoy #1)
Jade Winters
Wicked Winters Books , English
Bootleggers, Lobstermen & Lu... - Matthew  P. Mayo

Bootleggers, Lobstermen & Lu...Matthew P. Mayo

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Bootleggers, Lobstermen, and Lumberjacks!The story of New England is built on an endless armature of fascinating stories of Yankee ingenuity and hardy, intrepid characters. Bootleggers, Lobstermen, and Lumberjacks presents the top 50 wildes… more

Bootleggers, Lobstermen & Lumberjacks: Fifty of the Grittiest Moments in the History of Hardscrabble New England
Matthew P. Mayo
Globe Pequot , English
Snow Settling on a Covered Bridge - Anne-Marie Neil

Snow Settling on a Covered BridgeAnne-Marie Neil

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A young woman moves to New England during the golden days of early fall, and finds herself swept into a strange adventure with a touch of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.

Snow Settling on a Covered Bridge
Anne-Marie Neil
Pollyanna (Illustrated) - Eleanor H. Porter

Pollyanna (Illustrated)Eleanor H. Porter

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The young orphan Pollyanna is sent to live with her stern Aunt in a dour New England town. Refusing to be cast down by her circumstances, Pollyanna begins teaching the town “the glad game”, which her father taught her. To play, one must fin… more

Pollyanna (Illustrated)
Eleanor H. Porter
Petra Books , English
Apotrope - Chris Owen

ApotropeChris Owen

Hez is a modern kind of guy in that he’s not about to let being a few centuries old stop him from having his fun. He goes south for amusement, but his roots are in New England, along with his money and the town that protects him. Also in Ne… more

Chris Owen
Torquere Press , English
How Spring Came in New Engla... - Charles Dudley Warner

How Spring Came in New Engla...Charles Dudley Warner

How Spring Came in New England

How Spring Came in New England (Translated) (Galician Edition)
Charles Dudley Warner
One Off - Mark Kestigian

One OffMark Kestigian

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Howard (Call me ‘Walt’) Johnson returns to New England after more than a decade in the Mideastern wilderness in one last almighty attempt to untangle his twisted family tree. He’s drowning in a dyslexic gene pool that includes red-blooded b… more

One Off
Mark Kestigian
Red All Over Publishing , English
Winterbound - Margery Williams Bianco

WinterboundMargery Williams Bianco

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Four city-bred children find themselves on their own in an unheated New England farmhouse in this captivating tale by the author of The Velveteen Rabbit. With their father gone on a business trip and their mother assisting a faraway relativ… more

Margery Williams Bianco
Dover Publications , English
Beguiled (A Ravynne Sisters ... - Merabeth James

Beguiled (A Ravynne Sisters ...Merabeth James

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The Ravynne sisters head to New England to rescue yet another family member. This time it’s their Great-Aunt Margaret who Meg fears might be a werewolf for reasons Charlie thinks are quite idiotic. Arriving at the enormous mansion hunkere… more

Beguiled (A Ravynne Sisters Paranormal Thriller Book 8)
Merabeth James
guest house - Philip Drew

guest housePhilip Drew

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This horror novel is set in a lonely guest house in the north of New England, and features pastiches of all the horror staples, as a couple find themselves snowed in, in the strange and deadly house.

guest house
Philip Drew


O civilized humanity, world-wide, and especially to the descendants of the Pilgrims who, in 1620, laid on New England shores the foundations of that civil and religious freedom upon which has been built a refuge for the oppressed of every l… more

Azel Ames
The New Boston Globe Cookboo... - The Boston Globe

The New Boston Globe Cookboo...The Boston Globe

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The classic cookbook, now fully updated and revised—with old New England favorites adapted for the modern kitchen, plus ethnic specialties.

The New Boston Globe Cookbook: More than 200 Classic New England Recipes, From Clam Chowder to Pumpkin Pie
The Boston Globe
Globe Pequot Press , English
Whiteout - Michael Sawicki

WhiteoutMichael Sawicki

A small New England town is buried under a blizzard in the early morning hours, just as the town’s police discover, in horror, a grizzly scene at a family’s house. In another part of town, a mother struggles to drive her two boys to scho… more

Michael Sawicki
Nightfall Publishing , English
Things Mother Used to Make (... - Lydia Maria Gurney

Things Mother Used to Make (...Lydia Maria Gurney

• The book is an edited and illustrated version of the original one and includes 20 or more unique illustrations which are relevant to its content.• A collection of old time recipes, some nearly 100 years old, first published in 1914. A nat… more

Things Mother Used to Make (Illustrated)
Lydia Maria Gurney