Early Settlers of New England – 1940

Early Settlers of New England - 1940
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Early Settlers of , an produced in 1940, observes the daily lives of English settlers in the establishment of Naumkeag.

Located along the Massachusetts coast, subsistence in the small village came from fishing, “abandoned” corn and goat milk. As more colonists arrived and the infrastructure built-out, the town was re-christened Salem.

Salem would later be known for contaminated rye fields and witch trials, for which Arthur Miller’s The Crucible would be based.

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