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Abbreviations

DRMV  Edward Charles Banks’ Documents Relating to Martha’s Vineyard. Manuscript. Massachusetts Historical Society.
HMV  Edward Charles Banks’ The History of Martha's Vineyard: Dukes County, Massachusetts. Boston: G. H. Dean, 1911.
DCCR Dukes County Court Records, Office of the Clerk of Courts, Dukes County Courthouse, Edgartown, Mass.
DCRD Dukes County Deeds, Dukes County Registry of Deeds, Dukes County Courthouse, Edgartown, Mass.
DCRP Dukes County Registry of Probate, Dukes County Courthouse, Edgartown, Mass.
EEBO  Early English Books Online. <http://eebo.chadwyck.com/>
IC Experience Mayhew’s Indian Converts: Boston: S. Gerrish, 1727.
MA Arc. Massachusetts Archives Series, Massachusetts State Archives, Boston, Mass.
MHS  Massachusetts Historical Society, Collections
MVHS Martha’s Vineyard Historical Society, Edgartown, Mass.
Native Writings Ives Goddard and Kathleen J. Bragdon, eds. Native Writings in Massachusetts. Philadelphia: American Phil. Society, 1988.
NCRD  Nantucket County Registry of Deeds
OED Oxford English Dictionary. Second Edition. <http://dictionary.oed.com> Oxford University Press, 2005
SJC Supreme Judicial Court Records, Massachusetts State Archives, Boston, Mass.
WGH  Jerome D. Segel and Andrew Pierce, Wampanoag Genealogical History . Volume 1. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, 2003.

    

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