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Drake, S. Gardner
Drake, Samuel G.
Drake, Samuel Gardiner
Drake, Samuel Gardner
Drake, Smuel G.
Gardner Drake, Samuel
Samuel Gardner Drake (Amerikaans historicus (1798-1875))
Samuel Gardner Drake (United States historian and antiquarian)
ساموئل گاردنر دریک (تاریخ‌نگار آمریکایی)
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Church, Benjamin (1639-1718)
Church, Thomas (1674-1746)
Hubbard, William ca1621 (1704)
Mather, Cotton (1663-1728)
Norton, John (1715-1778)
Oliver Wendell Holmes Collection (Library of Congress)
Ralegh, Walter
Robbins, Thomas (1943-)
Robinson, L.F.
Smillie, James (1807-1885)
Williams, H. L.
aboriginal races of North America comprising biographical sketches of eminent individuals and an historical account of the different tribes from the first discovery of the continent to the present period, with a dissertation on their origin, antiquities, manners and customs, The
Annals of witchcraft in New England, and elsewhere in the United States;
Book of the Indians of North America
brief memoir...
Catalogue of rare, useful and curious books, tracts, &c., in American literature
Catalogue of the private library of Samuel Gardner Drake, A. M.
Early history of New England : being a relation of hostile passages between the Indians and European voyagers and first settlers ... : (1614-1675)
Excursion into Bethlehem and Nazareth, in Pennsylvania, in the year 1799
historical memoir of the colony of New Plymouth, from the flight of the Pilgrims into Holland in the year 1608, to the union of that colony with Massachusetts in 1692., An
history and antiquities of Boston, The : the capital of Massachusetts and metropolis of New England from its settlement in 1630 to the year 1770 : also, an introductory history of the discovery and settlement of New England : with notes, critical and illustrative
history of the great Indian war of 1675 and 1676, The : commonly called Philip's war. Also, the old French and Indian wars, from 1689 to 1704
history of the Indian wars in New England, from the first settlement to the termination of the war with King Philip in 1677., The
Indian biography [from old catalog]
Indian captivities
Life in the wigwam.
Magnalia Christi americana; or, The ecclesiastical history of New-England; from its first planting, in the year 1620, unto the year of Our Lord 1698. In seven books.
making of New England, 1580-1643, The
making of the Great West, 1512-1883, The
making of Virginia and the middle colonies, 1578-1701, The
memoir of the Rev. Cotton Mather, D. D., with a genealogy of the family of Mather., A
Narrative of the capture and burning of Fort Massachusetts by the French and Indians, in the time of the war of 1744-1749... written... by... John Norton,... Now first published with notes, by Samuel G. Drake
New England historical and genealogical register
old Indian chronicle; being a collection of exceeding rare tracts written and published in the time of King Philip's war, The
particular history of the five years French and Indian war in New England and parts adjacent, from... 1744, to... 1749, sometimes called governor Shirley's war, with a memoir of major-general Shirley... by Samuel G. Drake
Pedigree of Cotton
present state of New-England. -, The
Recovery of some materials for the early history of Dorchester : general and particular
Redeemed captive, 1746
restitution of decayed intelligence, in antiquities, A : concerning the most noble and removvmed [sic] English nation
Result of some researches among the British archives for information relative to the founders of New England: made in years 1858, 1859, and 1860.
review of Winthrop's journal, A
Tragedies of the wilderness, or True and authentic narratives of captives who have been carried away by the Indians from the various frontier settlements of the United States, from the earliest to the present time... By Samuel G. Drake
Vicinity of Boston, from Bunker Hill monument, 1853
witchcraft delusion in New England; its rise, progress, and termination, as exhibited by Dr. Cotton Mather in The wonders of the invisible world, and by Mr. Robert Calef in his More wonders of the invisible world., The