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Sears, Richard (3)

Date
1912-07-04 (3)

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United States -- Histo... (1)
King Philip's War, 167... (1)
May Day Maypoles -- Fo... (1)

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1. Pageant Exhibition Panel 02 - May Pole Dance Pageant Exhibition Panel 02 - May Pole Dance May Day; Maypoles--Folk dancing; Folklore; Historical drama; Lancaster (Mass.)--History--1575-1625--Drama; Fourth of July celebrations--Massachusetts--Lancaster; Library exhibits--Massachusetts--Lancaster The May pole dance performed during Episode I, Early English Fete, in the Lancaster, Massachusetts 1912 Fourth of July Pageant. The May Pole dancers, with flowers in their hair, dance around the pole holding...

2. Pageant Exhibition Panel 12 - Nashaway Indians during the attack on Lancaster, Massachusetts Pageant Exhibition Panel 12 - Nashaway Indians during the attack on Lancaster, Massachusetts King Philip's War, 1675-1676; Massachusetts--Colonial period--1650-1675; Lancaster (Mass.)--History--1670-1680--Drama; Fourth of July celebrations--Massachusetts--Lancaster; Library exhibits--Massachusetts--Lancaster; Indians of North America--Massachusetts--History--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775; Native Americans; Indians of North America--Nashaway The attack on the Rowlandson blockhouse during Episode 3, Massacre by the Nashaway Indian Tribe, in the Lancaster, Massachusetts 1912 Fourth of July Pageant. The photograph shows one group of the Native...

3. Pageant Exhibition Panel 17 - The arrival of bad news Pageant Exhibition Panel 17 - The arrival of bad news United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783; Minuteman (Militia)--Massachusetts--Lancaster; Lancaster (Mass.)--History--Drama; Fourth of July celebrations--Massachusetts--Lancaster; Library exhibits--Massachusetts--Lancaster; Horse-drawn vehicles--Pictorial works The arrival of the news that the first shots of the American Revolutionary War reached farmers in Lancaster during Episode IV, The Minutemen, in the Lancaster, Massachusetts 1912 Fourth of July Pageant....
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