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Musica Seqenza play Schreza Infida
Frederico Durand plas Lluvia de Estrellas
The Martin Hayes Quintet plays The Boy in the Gap
East Forest by Provenance
There's a bit of Madame Ovary from Bensi and Jurriaans and Christine
It finishes on Three Dances: II. Pavane from Chromo Tuba Quartet
Thanksgiving: The Biography of an American Holiday by James W. Baker and Peter J. Gomes sent me first down a Charlotte Mitchell rabbit hole.
History of Plymouth, Norfolk, and Barnstable Counties, Massachusetts by Elroy S. Thompson
History of the Town of Lakeville, 1852-1952 by Gladys De Maranville (which you probably own all ready but, here it is anyway).
Indian History, Genealogy, Pertaining to the Good Sachem, Massasoit and his Descendants by Ebenezer Weaver Pierce.
The great, The Name of War: King Philip's War and the Origins of American Identity, by Jill Lepore.
Massasoit of the Wamponoags: With Commentary on the Indian Character, by Alvin Gardner Weeks
"Baby Pilgrims, Sturdy Forefathers, and One Hundred Percent Americanism: the Mayflower Tercentenary of 1920," by Christine Arnold-Lourie in the Massachusetts Historical Review.
"The Daughter of a King," by Mike Maddigan in Southcoast Today.
"The Last of the Wamponoags," by Charles T. Scott in New England Magazine, vol. 33.
I also looked at a number of news paper articles, most found at Newspapers.com through the expected search terms.