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 MASSACHUSETTS PIONEERS TO THE WEST INDEX

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Massachusetts Pioneers to the West Index

Massachusetts Bay Colony families who moved West

Description

This list #of pioneers includes many "sons and daughters" of old Massachusetts Bay Colony families who removed to New York State and states of the Midwest, principally Michigan. Each entry often includes vital information about the settler and the reference from which the information was taken, usually the county record in New York or Michigan.
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 •  Massachusetts Spanish American War Records   Twelve Months with the Eighth Massachusetts Infantry in the Service of the United States
 •  Charles Holder, Life in California, early 1900s  Narrative of sport hunting and fishing in southern California
 •  1790 United States Federal Census  1790 United States Federal Census with links to images of the original surviving population schedules.
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 •  Essex County, Massachusetts Depositions, 1636-86  An extraction of depositions from Essex County, Massachusetts between 1636 and 1686.
 •  Burrard District, British Columbia Census, 1901: Coast District and Vancouver City  An extraction from the Burrard District, British Columbia 1901 census for the Coast District and Vancouver City.
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