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A History of Chatham, Massachusetts

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A History of Chatham, Massachusetts

Formerly the Constablewick or Village of Monomoit, with Maps and Illustrations and Numerous Genealogical Notes.

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Table of Contents

  • Part I.
  • Chapter I. The dawn of a new era
  • Chapter II. French and Indian encounters at Monomoit
  • Chapter III. Some early voyagers, Dermers fights at Monomoit, and Bradfords visits
  • Chapter IV. The "Purchasers or old comers" and the Monomoit lands
  • Chapter V. William Nickerson and the settlement of Monomoit
  • Chapter VI. Earliest years of the village
  • Part II.
  • Chapter VII. The early settlers
  • Chapter VIII. Monomoit under Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • Chapter IX. Rev. Hugh Adams and the incorporation of the town
  • Chapter X. Early land problems
  • An index to genealogical notes. Parts I and II

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