Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth ~ Part 2

Massachusetts researchers are familiar with Part One of William Thomas Davis’ancient_landmarks_plymouth book “Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth” that deals with family genealogies in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Fewer are familiar with Part Two of the book that explores Plymouth’s Historical Sketches and Titles of Estates.

If you want to understand even a small part of your ancestors lives, you have to study their society, environment, beliefs and the history of their towns and cities.

Part Two of “Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth” covers many of these topics for researchers who have ancestors from Plymouth.

Once again we say Thanks to Google Books for putting this tome online.

Copyright (c) Lee Drew 2012-06-26 08:00:00
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