Garrett, Wendell
December 2007
Magazine Antiques;Dec2007, Vol. 172 Issue 6, p64
The article features the Puritan settlement at Salem, Massachusetts. According to the author, Salem , which was established in 1626 as a frontier outpost, was named after the Old Testament city of peace. It was John Winthrop who established the colony's capital and Salem became a cosmopolitan port wit a substantial hinterland and numerous overseas trading spheres.


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