The Hidden History of Massachusetts ePub download
by Tingba Apidta
- ISBN: 0971446202
- ISBN13: 978-0971446205
- ePub: 1523 kb | FB2: 1406 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Reclamation Project; Second, Rev. and Enlarged edition (January 2003)
- Pages: 176
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Massachusetts was colonized by English settlers in the early 17th century and became the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the 18th century. Prior to that, it was inhabited by a variety of Indian tribes. The Pilgrim Fathers who sailed on the Mayflower established the first permanent settlement in 1620 at Plymouth Colony which set precedents but never grew large.
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Massachusetts Bay Colony was a British settlement in Massachusetts in the 17th century. The Massachusetts Bay Company, which was strongly Puritan, had been conducting business in the New World for a few years as the New England Company. It was the most successful and profitable colony in New England. The company then renamed itself the Massachusetts Bay Company, after the tribe of Massachusetts Indians that lived in New England, and the company was granted a charter by Charles I, on March 4, 1629, to officially engage in trade in New England.
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Treachery Commemorated. Quoted from The Hidden History of Massachusetts. Much of America’s understanding of the early relationship between the Indian and the European is conveyed through the story of Thanksgiving. Proclaimed a holiday in 1863 by Abraham Lincoln, this fairy tale of a feast was allowed to exist in the American imagination pretty much untouched until 1970, the 350th anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims.