The Records of Oxford Massachusetts

Including Chapters of Nipmuck, Huguenot and English History. Accompanied with Biographical Sketches and Notes, 1630-1890. With Manners and Fashions of the Time


Author: Freeland, Mary DeWitt
Publication Date: 1894
Reprint Date: 2003
Pages: x 613 pp.


Oxford and the surrounding vicinity were originally home to the Nipmuck Indians. They and the Puritan efforts to convert them to Christianity are the subjects at the outset of Mary Freeland’s account of Oxford. In 1689 the original group of English colonists was joined by French Protestants (Huguenots). The author describes the fate of Oxford and that of its citizens in every conflict on American soil from Queen Anne’s War to the U.S. Civil War. The work also includes genealogical and biographical sketches of a number of Oxford families.

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