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|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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