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f. Early growth, industries, slaves, etc. Bancroft's U. S. I. 280-1. Eggleston's Household U. S. 99–103. Johnston's

U. S. 53, 55, 70, 78-9. Palfrey's N. Eng. I. 383–4. Doyle's Eng. Col. I. 187, 201, and above; II. chap. I. 52-3, 89. Winsor's Hist. of Amer. III.

316–18. g. Treatment of Dissenters. Lodge's Colonies. Palfrey's N. Eng. I. 472, 486-7. Doyle's Eng. Col. II.

129–36. Bryant's Popular Hist. I. 553-6. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 81. Hildreth's U. S. I. 242-6. Bancroft's U. S. II. 260-4. Morris's Half Hours,

1. 157–8. 1. Anne Hutchinson. 2. Roger Williams : Pastorate in Massachusetts. Causes of

trouble. Banishment. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 81. Bryant's Popular Hist. I. 533-47. Hil

dreth's U. S. I. 221, 227-9, 230. Bancroft's U. S. I. 249–253, 296. Morris's Half Hours, 156-9. Doyle's Eng. Col. II. 114-16, 120–3. Coffin's Old Times in Col. 187. Palfrey's N. Eng. I. 406–12, 417-24.

IX. Settlements in Rhode Island.
Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 109-11. Johnston's U. S. 66, 67, 68. Bryant's

Popular Hist. II. 39, 99 +. Hildreth's U.S. I. 230-1, 256. Bancroft's U. S.
I. 296. Winsor's Hist. of Amer. III. 335-9. Coffin's Old Times in Col.

chaps. XII., XIII. Doyle's Eng. Col. II. 179-81, 184-6. a. Locations.

1. By Roger Williams.
2. By Anne Hutchinson.

3. Other settlements. b. Had the colony any grant or other right to the land it

occupied ? C. Government to 1644.

References above.

X. Settlements in New Hampshire.
Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 92–4. Johnston's U. S. 59–60. Hildreth's U. S. I.

258. Bancroft's U. S. I. 217-18, 262. Winsor's Hist. of Amer. III. 326-7.
Doyle's Eng. Col. II. 201-2, 204, 210. Palfrey's N. Eng. I. 522-3. Coffin's
Old Times in Col. chap. XII. Eggleston's Household U. S. 46. Bryant's
Popular Hist. I. 333, 336; II. 27-38, 419–25.

a. Grant to Mason and Gorges and its division.
b. Colonists : where did they come from?
6. Location of settlements.
d. Government and relation to Massachusetts colony.

Doyle's Eng. Col. II. 202, 213, and above.

XI. Settlements in Maine.
Johnston's U. S. 38, 39, 58. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 94. Hildreth's U. S.

I. 266. Palfrey's N. Eng. II. 12, 383-4. Doyle's Eng. Col. II. 201, 215,
216, 230, 304-6, 325. Bryant's Popular Hist. I. 335-6.

a. Station from Plymouth. b. Division of the Mason and Gorges' grant. C. Settlements from Massachusetts. d. On what ground did Massachusetts claim jurisdiction over

Maine as far east as the Penobscot River?

NOTE. It seems best to omit all mention of the grant to Stirling of Maine east of the Penobscot River. It can be brought up in connection with the grant to the Duke of York in 1664. It will be found on the map showing the grants made by the Plymouth Company in MacCoun's Historical Geography.

XII. The Connecticut settlements.
Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 96, 98. Johnston's U. S. 61-2. Bryant's Popular

Hist. I. 540-52; II. 22-6. Hildreth's U. S. I. 217, 229, 230, 232, 260, 262.
Bancroft's U. S. I. 264, 265, 271.

Winsor's Hist, of Amer. III. 330-1.
Coffin's Old Times in Col. 171 +. Doyle's Eng. Col. II. 153–4, 157-9. Lodge's

Colonies. Maps. — Palfrey's N. Eng. I. front.; Doyle's Eng. Col. II. III. a. Why were they made ? b. Under what patent or grant, if any, were they made ? c. The Hartford group.

1. The colonists : where did they come from?
2. Locations.
3. Government of the Hartford settlements.
Bryant's Popular Hist. II. 22, 23, 24, 36. Bancroft's U. S. I. 270, 272. Palfrey's

N. Eng. I. 444, 450, 452-4. Doyle's Eng. Col. II. 153-4, 157–89. Fiske's
Civil Govt, 192-3, 329.

4. What difference was there between the Massachusetts and

the Hartford settlements in respect to the franchise ? d. The New Haven group. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 99. Johnston's U. S. 64. Bryant's Popular Hist.

II. 27, 38+. Hildreth's U. S. I. 262. Bancroft's U. S. I. 271-2. Winsor's
Hist. of Amer. III. 332-3. Palfrey's N. Eng. I. 528–31. Doyle's Eng. Col.

II. 190–3. Lodge's Colonies.
1. Location.
2. Colonists.
3. Reasons for a separate colony.
4. Peculiarities.
5. Relations with the other colonies.

XIII. The breaking up of the Plymouth Company.

Hildreth's U. S. 226. Bancroft's U. S. I. 275. a. Review its origin and charter. b. Make out a list of all grants made by it. Johnston's U. S. 52, 59, 64. MacCoun's Hist. Geog. of U.S. Doyle's Eng. Col.

II. 202. C. Why was it dissolved ? d. Did its dissolution affect the government of any of the colonies

which had been planted on its lands?

XIV. Common to the New England colonies. a. The Pequod war. Bryant's Popular Hist. I. 556–8; II. chap. I. Doyle's Eng. Col. II. 161-78,

169. Morris's Half Hours, I. 163–71. Hildreth's U. S. I. 247-52. Bancroft's U. S. I. 266–8. Coffin's Old Times in Col. 176-82. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 97. Lodge's Colonies.

I. Cause.

2. Between whom?
3. Important incidents.
4. Results.
5. What was the military system in the colonies ?

b. The beginning of Harvard College. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 82. Johnston's U. S. 79. Hildreth's U. S. I. 263.

Bancroft's U. S. I. 280. Palfrey's N. Eng. I. 549.

c. The New England Confederation.
Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 83. Johnston's U. S. 70. Bryant's Popular Hist.

II. 49. Hildreth's U. S. I. 285, 304. Bancroft's U. S. I. 291-3. Palfrey's
N. Eng. I. 625, 630. Doyle's Eng. Col. II. 233–4.

1. The reason for it.
2. The colonies in it.
Why was Rhode Island kept out?
Teachers see Frothingham's Rise of the Republic. Lodge's Colonies.

3. The articles of agreement: giving organization, object,

business of, jurisdiction. 4. Why was the Confederation important? d. The Body of Liberties of Massachusetts colony. Bancroft's U. S. I. 282–4. Hildreth's U. S. I. 274. Palfrey's N. Eng. II. 24

30. Doyle's Eng. Col. II. 62 +. The student will make out a list of six or seven points which the

colonists claimed as liberties. Do we claim them all now?

NOTE. While the Body of Liberties was not adopted as a whole in the other colonies, copies were obtained and many similar laws and declarations were issued.

e. Local government.

Macy's Our Govt, 10-13.

1. General plan. 2. Town meetings. 3. Town officers. 4. Town business. 5. The county. Macy's Our Govt. 13-14.

6. County business.

NOTE. — Considerable pains should be taken to give the student a clear idea of the meaning of the term, local government. He will usually be found entirely without definite ideas about the body or the authority which takes care of local matters, parks, roads, schools, etc.

XV. The settlement of New York colony.
Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 59-60. Bryant's Popular Hist. I. 346-64, 366-8.

Hildreth's U. S. I. 136, 138, 140-1. Bancroft's U. S. I. 481-3, 508-11.
Morris's Half Hours, I. 183-92. Higginson's U. S. 151-2. Eggleston's

Household U. S. 47-8. Coffin's Old Times in Col. 142.
a. First discoveries of New York Harbor.
b. Henry Hudson.

Sent by whom?

Discoveries. 6. First settlements. Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 61, 62. Johnston's U. S. 28. Bryant's Popular

Hist. I. 365-9. Hildreth's U. S. I. 142-4, 147. Bancroft's U. S. I. 492, 496, 498, 507–8. Winsor's Hist. of Amer. IV. chap. VIII. Eggleston's House

hold U.S. 49. 1. Under what company? 2. Locations. 3. Colonists. 4. Who were the Patroons? What special rights and privi

leges did the Patroons secure from the Dutch West India

Company? Montgomery's Amer. Hist. 63. Bryant's Popular Hist. I. 430-4. Coffin's Old

Times in Col. 144-5. Bancroft's U. S. I. above. d. The growth of the New Netherland colony.

See above.

l. Its peculiarities and characteristics.

See above.

f. Its relation to the English colonies.

See above.
1. Boundary questions.
2. Runaway slaves, servants, and debtors.

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