3 edition of Salem and the Indies found in the catalog.
Salem and the Indies
James Duncan Phillips
Bibliography: p. 430-438.
|LC Classifications||HF3163.S33 P54 1947a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||468|
|LC Control Number||48002540|
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Large revenues were collected here on cargoes brought by Salem ships from the East Indies, China, and other parts of the world during the 's and 's.
Salem Maritime Activity After THE VENTURE of the Mount Vernon was the last undertaken by Elias Hasket Derby, for 2 months after his son and namesake had departed on the eventful. - Cotton Mather publishes his famous book, Wonders of the Invisible World, which contained “proof” of witchcraft.
- The Salem Courthouse is torn down after being active from to - Derby Wharf is created/begins as one of the busiest, of the nea wharves in Salem.
(It is extended to its present ½ mile length in ). The Book Bin is a locally owned and operated business that has been in the same family since Three generations currently spend their time between the Corvallis and Salem stores.
Both stores also have feline mascots: Tess in Corvallis, the grandmotherly matron of the Book Bin, and Rose in Salem, who is young, frisky, and shares a birthday. Tituba’s story is as convoluted—and potentially fictitious—as any other part of the Salem witch trials.
Even during the events of the s. Salem and the Indies: the Story of the Great Commercial Era of the City. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, Phillips has written extensively on Salem, and was a frequent contributor to the Essex Institute Historical Collections.
Although his research was extensive and rich, as a historian his interpretations were often idiosyncratic, reflecting. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Full text of "The Salem book: records of the past and glimpses of the present" See other formats.
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The Empress of China, formerly a privateer, was refitted as the first American ship to sail from New York to China. BySalem had become the sixth largest city in the country, and a world-famous seaport —particularly in the China Trade, along County: Essex. Twenty-first-century Salem still guarded the secrets of lies and violence, torture and blackmail-even premeditated murder-that took place during the Witch Trials of Behind the gaudy museums and shops, the crowded bus tours of local haunts, the seemingly upright Colonial families dating back to the settling of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
The Witch of the Indies. He was a giant of a man, with beard and hair that flowed like black flame, a brace of pistols about his waist and a dagger in his hand. There was no match for him on any of the seas; he knew no superstition.
But he knew fear when he was challenged by the red-haired wench they called Black Vulmea/5. Here’s what our old friend Joel A. Rogers sketched in his comic book Your History: “John Indian and Tituba: Two West Indian Negro slaves, were the originators of the great witchcraft scare of Salem, Mass., in Experts in palmistry, fortune-telling, magic, and second sight and incantations the two played on Author: Henry Louis Gates Jr.
The value of cargo carried by ships returning from China and the East Indies was enriching merchants in cities up and down the East Coast, but especially in Salem. The Salem East Indies. Ships and Seamen. The Maritime History of Massachusetts, Samuel Eliot Morison Full view - Samuel Eliot Morison Full view - The Maritime History of Massachusetts Samuel Eliot Morison Limited preview.
Then, aboutSalem merchants discovered another home product that could be sold profitably abroad. This was furniture. The chief markets were the Southern seaports, West Indies, South America, South Africa, and India. A Scott-Map of Salem Massachusetts. "The Wealth of the Indies o the Uttermost Gulf!" Garfield, Alva Scott (illus).
Alva Scott Garfield. No date. Color bird's eye view pictorial map, decorative border, 20 1/4 x 27 1/2 inches (52 x 70 cm). Several edge tears in left margin with one just touching neat line, otherwise fine condition.
Goats' Hair, Opium, Brandy, Marble; SALEM AND THE INDIES. The Story of the Great Commercial Era of the City. By James Duncan Phillips. West Indies, archipelago, between North and South America, curving c.2, mi (4, km) from Florida to the coast of Venezuela and separating the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico from the Atlantic Ocean.
This book covers settlements and colonies from Canada to Mexico and dives deep into topics that are often ignored in most history books, such as the role the West Indies had in the 17th century economy, the Siberian migrations across the Bering Straits to North American over 15 millennia ago and the complex relationship between the various.
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Founded inby the late s Salem MA, 17 miles (27 km) northeast of Boston (), had grown and ships sailed around the world, many dealing in trade from the Orient, especially spices, silks, and other luxury goods. The wealth of the Indies brought great prosperity to this New England port town, which enabled its citizens to build and decorate fine mansions.
Massachusetts Bay Colony was the first slave-holding colony in New England. The first slaves were brought to the colony in the early 17th century.
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