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History of Salisbury, Vermont

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History of Salisbury, Vermont

With a memoir of the author.

  • by John Mosely Weeks (1788-1858)
  • published by A. H. Copeland, Midlebury, Vermont, 1869
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<span id='Weeks'></span>Weeks, John Mosely. ''[[Space:History of Salisbury, Vermont|History of Salisbury, Vermont]]'' (A.H. Copeland, Midlebury, Vermont, 1869)
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Table of Contents

  • Chapter I. The grant and organization of the town
  • Chapter II. Survey and distribution of lots...
  • Chapter III. Progress of the settlement...
  • Chapter IV. Controversy with Leicester
  • Chapter V. Further distribution and allotment of lands
  • Chapter VI. List of town officers
  • Chapter VII. Allotment of school districts...
  • Chapter VIII. Geographical description...
  • Chapter IX. Fruit, spontaneous and cultivated
  • Chapter X. Gardening...
  • Chapter XI. Minerals...
  • Chapter XII. Mechanics, mechanical inventions, patent rights, manufactures
  • Chapter XIII. Scenery...
  • Chapter XIV. Statistics of taxation...
  • Chapter XV. The congreational church and society...
  • Chapter XVI. Holland weeks...
  • Chapter XVII. Revolutionary times...
  • Chapter XVIII. Progress after the peace...
  • Chapter XIX. The laymans church
  • Chapter XX. Gamaliel Painter...
  • Chapter XXI. Political parties...
  • Chapter XXII. Means of living...
  • Chapter XXIII. Wild animals...
  • Chapter XXIV. Biographical and genealogical
  • Conclusion
  • Memoir of John M. Weeks

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