2 edition of The New-Jersey and Pennsylvania almanac; for the year of our Lord 1797 ... found in the catalog.
The New-Jersey and Pennsylvania almanac; for the year of our Lord 1797 ...
by Printed and sold, wholesale and retail, by Matthias Day. in Trenton
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 30865.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
I have posted on a small portion of this wonderful book, at the bottom you safety to the wearer to this day amongst the Indians on our Continent. Lord Baltimore, a Roman Catholic, founded a colony where all Northampton, Burlington Co., New Jersey, James Southwick, William Cranmer and wife Ruth. American History Timeline - - Share Flipboard Email Print New Jersey is formed when East and West Jersey are united under the authority of the New York governor. the fourth Lord Baltimore successfully petitions the crown for return to Maryland, but he dies before taking control of the colony.
"I was born in the year of our Lord, , on Febru a slave to Benjamin Chew, of Philadelphia. My mother and father and four children of us were sold into Delaware State, near Dover; and I was a child and lived with him until I was upwards of twenty years of age, during which time I was awakened and brought to see myself poor, wretched. Bradford, William "The Pilgrims' Landing and First Winter," an excerpt from Of Plymouth Plantation. Reprinted in Eyewitness to America. Published in Edited by David Colbert "But that which was most sad, and lamentable, was, that in two or three months the half of their company died, especially in January and February, being the depth of winter, and wanting .
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