Massachusetts Bay Colony - History of the USA
The Royal Governors of Massachusetts Bay Colony 1692 …
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The Royal Governors of Massachusetts Bay Colony 1692-1780
In the search for Nath Pinkham, new and exciting unreported historic information about migrations of the Indians in the seventeenth century in North America are emerging. Mr. Charles "Sweet Medicine" Shepard, a self-proclaimed Mattamuskeet and Croatan Indian has been collaborating with the Lost Colony Center on early Indian history of the Coastal Plains of North Carolina. The Lost Colony Center's research supports Mr. Shepard's findings that most, if not all, of the people living in his community of Free Union near Plymouth, North Carolina, have their roots in the Indian cultures of North Carolina.
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DHK provided A/E services that included programming, design and construction administration. The building contains 65,000 gross square feet of built area. It houses a 14-bay, vehicle maintenance facility designed to serve a fleet with a wide variety of military vehicles that support Army National Guard operations in northeastern Massachusetts. Other program functions include training rooms, offices and storage space. A significant portion of CCG is wetlands, and several areas were previously used as firing ranges but weren’t formally closed or remediated of lead contamination. In addition, the central portion of CCG was designated as a historic resource by the State Historic Officer.