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  • UMass/Five College Online Catalog
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  • Jones Library, Amherst
    Extensive collections in the fields of local and regional history, genealogy, and Amherst authors. Facilities include a research room and exhibit area.

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BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS

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Henry Knox and the Revolutionary War Trail in Western Massachusetts - Bernard A. Drew
Call Number: E207.K74 D74 2012

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Making Slavery History: abolitionism and the politics of memory in Massachusetts - Margot Minardi
Call Number: E445.M4 M56 2010

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Making Haste from Babylon: the Mayflower Pilgrims and their world - Nick Bunker
Call Number: F68.B936 2010

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Death of an Empire: the rise and murderous fall of Salem, America's richest city - Robert Booth
Call Number: F74.S1 B66 2011

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The King's Best Highway: the lost history of the Boston Post Road, the route that made America - Eric Jaffe
Call Number: HE356.B6 J34 2010

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