Table of contents for Massachusetts at a glance : a primer of the Bay State from its beginnings to the year 2000 / Jack Tager.


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CONTENTS
List of Illustrations
Introduction
Basic Massachusetts Facts
Massachusetts A to Z: An alphabetic list of people, places, events, and miscellany
A
Abolitionists Abigail Adams John Adams John Quincy Adams Sam Adams African Meeting House Louisa May Alcott John and Priscilla Alden (see Myles Standish) Algonkins Anti-Catholicism Mary Antin Nathan Appleton Arbella (ship) Crispus Attucks
B
Back Bay Sarah G. Bagley Emily Balch Clara Barton Basketball Hall of Fame Beacon Hill Alexander Graham Bell Edward Bellamy Berkshires Big Dig E. B. Bigelow (carpets) Blackstone Canal Alice Stone Blackwell Body of Liberties Lizzie Borden
Boston: Associates Brahmins (see Associates) Broad Street Riot Bruins Busing Riots Celtics Common Great Fire of 1872 Marathon Massacre Molasses flood Police Strike Riots of 1919 Post Road Red Sox and Fenway Park Tea Party 
William Bradford Ann Bradstreet Louis Brandeis Bread and Roses Strike of 1912 Brook Farm Edward W. Brooke Charles Bulfinch Bunker Hill and Monument Vannevar Bush Benjamin F. Butler
C
Cape Ann Cape Cod and the Islands Cape Cod Canal Charles River Bridge Case Clipper Ships "City on a Hill" (see John Winthrop) Cod fishing Coercive Acts Committees of Correspondence Calvin Coolidge John Singleton Copley Copley Square Covenant (see also Half-way Covenant) Cranberry Bogs James Michael Curley Richard Cardinal Cushing
D
Deerfield Village Emily Dickinson Digital Equipment Corporation (see Kenneth Olsen) Dorothea Dix Frederick Douglass W. E. B. Du Bois Michael Dukakis
E
Mary Baker Eddy Jonathan Edwards Ralph Waldo Emerson Essex Junto Explorers Evacuation Day
F
Famine Irish (see Immigration) Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market Fenway Park (see Boston Red Sox) Fidelity Trust Corporation Fifty-fourth Regiment (see Robert Gould Shaw) John F. Fitzgerald Freedom Trail Robert Frost Fugitive Slaves Margaret Fuller
G
Isabella Stewart Gardner William Lloyd Garrison Judge W. Arthur Garrity (see Boston Busing Riots) Theodore Geisel (Dr. Suess) General Court (see Massachusetts Constitution) Elbridge Gerry and the Gerrymander Robert H. Goddard Great Awakening
H
Half Way Covenant John Hancock Hancock Shaker Village Hartford Convention Harvard University Childe Hassam Nathaniel Hawthorne Louise Day Hicks Thomas Wentworth Higginson Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. Winslow Homer Hoosac Tunnel Elias Howe Julia Ward Howe Samuel Gridley Howe Anne Hutchinson Thomas Hutchinson
I
Immigration Indentured servants
J
Jacob's Pillow William James
K
Edward Kennedy John F. Kennedy Joseph Kennedy Sr. Robert F. Kennedy Jack Kerouac King Philip's War Know-Nothings
L
Abbott Lawrence Lexington and Concord Liberator (newspaper) (see William Lloyd Garrison) Liberty Tree (see Stamp Act) Little Women (see L. M. Alcott) Henry Cabot Lodge Sr. Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Martin Lomasney Long Wharf Amy Lowell Francis Cabot Lowell James Russell Lowell Robert Lowell Lowell Offering (periodical) Lynn Shoemaker's Strike of 1860 Mary Lyon
M
Horace Mann Martha's Vineyard (see Cape Cod) Rocky Marciano Massachusetts Bay Colony Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) Massachusetts Constitution Massachusetts Historical Society University of Massachusetts Massasoit MASSMoCA Cotton Mather Mayflower (ship) Mayflower Compact Herman Melville Metacom (see King Philip's War) METCO Middlesex Canal Minute Men Mohawk Trail Museum of Fine Arts
N
Nantucket (see Cape Cod) New England Patriots North Bridge
O
Hugh O'Brien William Henry Cardinal O'Connell Old Ironsides (ship, see U.S. Constitution) Old North Church Kenneth Olsen Thomas "Tip" O'Neill Orchard House John Boyle O'Reilly Mary Kenney O'Sullivan Harrison Grey Otis James Otis (see Writs of Assistance)
P
Elizabeth Peabody Pequot War Wendell Phillips Pilgrims and Plymouth Colony Pioneer Valley Sylvia Plath Plimouth Plantation Pope Day Praying Indians Proposition 2 1/2 Puritans William Pynchon
Q
Quabbin Reservoir Quartering Act (see Coercive Acts) Josiah Quincy
R
Raytheon Paul Revere ROAR (see Louise Day Hicks) Harriet Hanson Robinson Norman Rockwell Edith Nourse Rogers Royal Colony
S
Sacco and Vanzetti Salem Witchcraft Trials Salt Box House Leverett Saltonstall Scrimshaw Robert Gould Shaw Shays' Rebellion Captain John Smith Sons of Liberty Springfield Armory Squanto Stamp Act Myles Standish State House Lucy Stone Sturbridge Village Suffolk Resolves Suffragists (see Alice Stone Blackwell and Lucy Stone) John L. Sullivan Charles Sumner Symphony Hall (and the Boston Symphony Orchestra)
T
Tanglewood Thanksgiving (see Pilgrims) Henry David Thoreau Town Meeting Transcendentalism Triangular Trade William Monroe Trotter
U
University of Massachusetts U.S. Constitution (ship) Ursuline Convent Riot
V
The Vault Volleyball Hall of Fame
W
Walden Pond David I. Walsh Waltham-Lowell Labor System An Wang Warning Out Daniel Webster Whaling Phillis Wheatley Kevin H. White John Greenleaf Whittier Roger Williams Ted Williams John Winthrop Woods Hole Writs of Assistance
XYZ
Yiddish Book Center Zoar
Year by Year to 2000
	I Native Peoples and European Contacts
	II Seventeenth Century--English Settlement
	III Eighteenth Century--English to Yankee
	IV Nineteenth Century--Industry and Immigration
	V Twentieth Century--Decline and Rebirth
Statistical Appendix: Population of Cities and Towns, 1790-2000
Museums, Historic Sites, and State Parks
Colleges and Universities
Suggested Reading
ILLUSTRATIONS
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Massachusetts Miscellanea, Massachusetts History Miscellanea