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"Deerfield Meeting House, Deerfield Mass."

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This eight-page illustrated booklet was written in 1952 by Henry and Helen Flynt. It is one in a series of publications about life in the colonial era. The importance of the meetinghouse as both a place for religious services and for civic meetings is stressed. The particular meetinghouses discussed are those of the 17th and 18th centuries in Deerfield.


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