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front Birch bark mukak
This birch bark mukak is said to have been picked up in Deerfield, Massachusetts, after the 1675 "Bloody Brook Massacre."
front St. James / Monument Church
The Monument Church building dates from 1848 and was originally a Congregational Church named "Monument" because of its location next to the historical 1675 Bloody Brook Battle Monument.
document "Monument and Sugar-loaf Mountain, Deerfield"
The monument to the settlers and soldiers killed at Bloody Brook in 1675, became a tourist destination in the 19th century.
Cover "Address delivered at South Deerfield, Aug 31, 1838 on the completion of the Bloody Brook Monument"
Aug 31, 1838
Lengthy speeches were a central feature of public events such as unveiling a monument.
Cover "Picturesque Franklin"
The second of the series of "Picturesque" books describing the counties of Western Massachusetts, "Picturesque Franklin" was published in 1891.
Cover "To The Sons and Daughters of Franklin County," with a Poem about Bloody Brook.
c. 1895
The 1895 program appeals to the sons and daughters of Franklin County to donate money to improve the monument to the Bloody Brook massacre, erected in 1838, that has now fallen into bad repair.
Cover "A Biographical Memoir of the Rev. John Williams"
Dr. Stephen West Williams (1790-1855) of Deerfield, Massachusetts, focused largely on his ancestor's ordeal and captivity when he wrote this biography of the Reverend John Williams (1664-1729) in 1837.
Cover "The Deerfield Captive"
In this "narrative of facts for the instruction of the young," Reverend Titus Strong (1787-1855) wrote with a "moral and religious tendency" about the two-year captivity of Reverend John Williams (1664-1729) following the 1704 raid on Deerfield, Massachusetts, during Queen Anne's War.
Cover "Pageant of Old Deerfield on the Grounds of the Allen Homestead"
This program for the 1913 Deerfield, Massachusetts, historical pageant provides a record both of a popular turn-of-the-20th-century entertainment and of the local businesses that sponsored the event.
Title page "George Fuller, His Life & Works - A Memorial"
Two years after artist George Fuller's death, William Dean Howells (1837-1920) published this illustrated book in Fuller's memory.


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