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An Early Map

John Foster's "A Map of New England," c. 1677.

Colonial New England

John Green and Thomas Jefferys' map of "the most Inhabited part of NEW ENGLAND," 1774.

A Clergyman's Map

Cotton Mather's Map of New England, 1702

Early New England Architecture

The 1695 Margaret Bliss house in Springfield, Massachusetts offer a good example of seventeenth-century New England architecture. Photo circa 1890.

The Saltbox

A typical New England "saltbox house," a frame house with two stories in the front and one in the back because of a steeply pitched roof that prevented the accumulation of too much snow in the winters.

The Carnage of King Philip's War

New England Communities Attacked in King Philip's War, 1675-1676

Colonial Settlement

New England Settlement Patterns, 1691-1765.

Spreading Settlement

Spread of European Settlement in New England, 1691-1765.

New England Towns

Spread of European Settlement and Town Incorporation in New England, 1620-1791.

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