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2. Lines of equal temperature in America and Europe.

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3. An Algonkin village (from Beverly's Virginia, 1701)

5

4. Columbus at the court of Ferdinand and Isabella (Brozik)

5. Champlain's fight with the Iroquois (from Champlain's Les Voyages) 10

6. French posts and Indian portages. Colored .

facing 10

7. Queen Elizabeth knighting Francis Drake (from Gilbert's drawing) 15

8. Facsimile of the title page of Hakluyt’s Voyages

18

9. Virginia in 1606-1608

10. Facsimile of the London Company's Proclamation of the Virginia Lottery,
1615

25

11. Captain John Smith (from Smith's Generall Historie)

28

12. The two possible Virginias of 1609 (the “west and northwest" clause) 29

13. Facsimile of the first page of King James' Counterblaste to Tobacco

35

14. Facsimile of Baltimore's instructions to the first Maryland governor

regarding Protestants .

45

15. Virginia and New England in 1620

48

16. Facsimile of the Mayflower Compact, as given in the Bradford manu-

script

53

17. Pilgrims going to meeting (Boughton)

56

18. Governor Edward Winslow (from the portrait in Pilgrim Hall)

60

19. “Marks” of Indian chieftains to a covenant with Massachusetts in 1644

(Massachusetts State Archives)

70

20. The Cradock House at Medford

71

21. Kettle (said to be first iron casting in America; Lynn Library).

72

22. John Cotton (Drake's History and Antiquities of Boston)

79

23. Colonial fireplace and utensils

84

24: Facsimile from the “Body of Liberties"

85

25. New England in 1640

99

26. Old grist mill (1645) at New London, Connecticut

103

27. English America, 1660-1690. Colored

facing 107

28. Pine Tree Shilling (Massachusetts Historical Society Collections). 113

29. Boston's summons to Andros (Massachusetts Archives)

117

30. William Penn at twenty-two (Lely)

129

31. The Appalachian “Fall Line”

32. A page from the earliest known edition of the New England Primer 154

33. A page from the Paisley edition of same (“evening prayer”)

155

34. Advertisement for a runaway white “servant" (Boston News Letter,

Sept. 18, 1755).

158

35. The Baltic (American-built English schooner, 1765. Water color in

Essex Institute).

160

36. An American “deep-sea-going” ship

161

37. Massachusetts paper money of 1690

162

38. Mount Vernon (from a photograph)

164

39. Lexington Green (from a photograph)

165

40. Boone's Fort .

166

41. Colonial cartoon - reception of a bishop in New England

177

42. Handbill of New York Sons of Liberty — “We Dare"

191

43. Facsimile of Pennsylvania Journal 8 announcement of suspension due to

Stamp Act .

192

44. Paul Revere's engraving of the landing of British regiments

194

45. The Concord Minute Man (French)

207

46. The Concord Fight (Simmons in Boston State House)

208

47. The Washington Elm at Cambridge (photo) .

209

48. Facsimile of the first of Jefferson's draft of the Declaration of Inde-

pendence

49. A continental bill (Massachusetts Historical Society)

227

50. Boundaries proposed by France in 1782. Colored

facing 233

51. Crossed swords, American and English (Massachusetts Historical Society) 235

52. The United States in 1783; nominal and actual territory. Colored facing 237

53. Western settlement, 1769-1784

239

54. A “Boone tree"

242

55. Daniel Boone at eighty-five (the Harding portrait)

243

56. The United States in 1783. State claims and cessions. Colored facing 251

57. Manasseh Cutler

256

58. An old Ohio mill

257

59. Frontier lines, 1774, 1790, and 1820. Colored

facing 258

60. George Washington (Stuart)

275

61. Benjamin Franklin (Duplessis)

278

62. “Eighth Federal pillar reared(Boston Chronicle, June 12, 1788)

297

63. John Adams (Stuart)

302

64. Harvard in 1770 (Paul Revere's engraving)

315

65. Alexander Hamilton (Trumbull)

335

66. Physical map of the United States .

340

67. California redwoods

341

68. Sectional elevation of the United States (after Draper)

342

69. Movement of centers of population and of manufactures

343

70. An early cotton gin

345

71. Farm tools in 1800

346

72. Modern plowing

347

73. A colonial spinning wheel

352

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