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The Bay State Monthly — Volume 1, No. 1, January, 1884   By:

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The Bay State Monthly – Volume 1, No. 1, January, 1884 offers readers a fascinating glimpse into the world of late 19th century Massachusetts. The collection of articles in this issue covers a wide range of topics, from historical events to profiles of prominent figures in Massachusetts history.

One of the standout pieces in this issue is the article on the Salem witch trials, which provides a detailed account of the tragic events that unfolded in the 17th century. The author does an excellent job of conveying the hysteria and paranoia that gripped the community during that time.

Another highlight of this issue is the profile of Oliver Wendell Holmes, a renowned poet and essayist from Massachusetts. The article sheds light on his life and works, providing readers with a deeper understanding of his contributions to American literature.

Overall, The Bay State Monthly – Volume 1, No. 1, January, 1884 is a well-rounded publication that offers something for everyone interested in the history and culture of Massachusetts. The writing is engaging and informative, making it a valuable resource for anyone looking to learn more about this fascinating period in American history.

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A Massachusetts Magazine





(This table of contents alos contains listings for articles in the other issues.)

Abbott, Josiah Gardner John Hatch George

An Incident of Sixteen Hundred and Eighty Six Mellen Chamberlain

Ansart, Louis Clara Clayton

Arthur, Chester Alan Ben: Perley Poore

Beacon Hill Before the Houses David M. Balfour

Boston Tea Party, The

Boston, The First Schoolmaster of Elizabeth Porter Gould

Boston, The Siege of, Developed Henry B. Carrington, U.S.A., LL.D.

Boston Young Men's Christian Association, The Russell Sturgis, Jr.

Boundary Lines of Old Groton, The Samuel Abbott Green, M.D.

British Force and the Leading Losses in the Revolution

British Losses in the Revolution

Bunker Hill Henry B. Carrington, U.S.A., LL.D.

Butler, Benjamin Franklin

Chelsea William E. McClintock, C.E.

Defence of New York, 1776, The Henry B. Carrington, U.S.A., LL.D.

Dungeon Rock, Lynn Frank P. Harriman

Early Harvard Josiah Layfayette Seward, A.M.

Esoteric Buddhism. A Review Lucius H. Buckingham, Ph.D.

Fac Simile Reprint of Daniel Webster's Fourth of July Oration, Delivered in 1800.

Family Immigration to New England, The Thomas W... Continue reading book >>

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