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Sample Book Insights:
#1 The Tews were among the first to venture into the then-uncharted wilderness around Lake Chautauqua in New York. They bought 3,337 acres on the north side of the lake.
#2 Jamestown was the first American settlement, and it was founded by the Prendergasts in 1811. It was a difficult start, but the pioneers were young and determined, and they rebuilt their tiny village on the Chadakoin River from scratch each time it burned down.
#3 Jamestown was a village in upstate New York that was a center of the Industrial Revolution. It was here that the first elections for a village council were held in 1827, and the first collective activity was the fire brigade.
#4 One of the few people in the middle class to do so, William advertised openly in the Liberty Press, the antislavery movement’s newspaper, which had garnered a lot of support among the North American bourgeoisie. The Civil War ended in 1865, and Jamestown flourished.