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A Taunton River Journey: A Guide to Exploring the River, with History, Wildlife, Anecdotes, and Suggested Outings by Michael J. Tougias

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On the Taunton River in Taunton, MA, by Timothy Brown- "A Journey down the river and a Journey back in time": This book was written as a conoe journal for a day trip down the Taunton River. "Timothy Brown is a Taunton Native and had been canoeing rivers throughout New England all his life. But little did the East Taunton resident know that the greatest jewel of a river was in his backyard." (excerpt from May 18, 2003 article in the Taunton Sunday Gazette) Follow the authors love and passion for the river in this great guide book.

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King Philip's War : The History and Legacy of America's Forgotten Conflict by Eric B. Schultz, Mike Tougias, Michael J. Tougias, Michael Tougias

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Until I Have No Country : A Novel of King Philip's War in New England by Michael J. Tougias

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Visit the Mass Archeological Society website at visit the
Robbins Museum of Archaeology

at 17 Jackson St, Middleboro, MA (508) 947-9005 to see exhibits of the rich prehistory of New England's Native Americans focusing on "People and the Land: 11,000 years in New England."