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History of Canton, Massachusetts by Daniel…

History of Canton, Massachusetts

by Daniel T. V. Huntoon

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Information was extracted from the "Massapoag Journal," the records of the General Court, the Probate Office, Registry of Deeds, and Superior Court at Boston, the Registry of Deeds and Probate Records at Dedham, and the libraries, both public and private, of Boston and New York. This text contains the history of the first settlers of Canton, roads, schools, clergy, civil history, some old customs, churches, militia, war of the revolution, etc. Among the most cited surnames in the index are: Badlam, Bailey, Billings, Blackman, Capen, Crane, Dunbar, French, Gridley, Hartwell, Jordan, Kenney, Kinsley, Leonard, Lyon, Morse, Puffer, Revere, Shepard, Sherman, Smith, Stone, Stoughton, Tucker, and Wentworth.

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