APA Citation

Wood, W. (1639). New Englands prospect·: A true, lively, and experimentall description of that part of America, commonly called New England: discovering the state of that country, both as it stands to our new-come English planters; and to the old native inhabitants. Laying down that which may both enrich the knowledge of the mind-travelling reader, or benefit the future voyager. By William VVood. London: Printed by Iohn Dawson, and are to be sold by Iohn Bellamy at his shop, at the three Golden Lyons in Corne-hill, neere the Royall Exchange.

Chicago Style Citation

Wood, William. New Englands Prospect·: A True, Lively, and Experimentall Description of That Part of America, Commonly Called New England: Discovering the State of That Country, Both As It Stands to Our New-come English Planters; and to the Old Native Inhabitants. Laying Down That Which May Both Enrich the Knowledge of the Mind-travelling Reader, or Benefit the Future Voyager. By William VVood. London: Printed by Iohn Dawson, and are to be sold by Iohn Bellamy at his shop, at the three Golden Lyons in Corne-hill, neere the Royall Exchange, 1639.

MLA Citation

Wood, William. New Englands Prospect·: A True, Lively, and Experimentall Description of That Part of America, Commonly Called New England: Discovering the State of That Country, Both As It Stands to Our New-come English Planters; and to the Old Native Inhabitants. Laying Down That Which May Both Enrich the Knowledge of the Mind-travelling Reader, or Benefit the Future Voyager. By William VVood. London: Printed by Iohn Dawson, and are to be sold by Iohn Bellamy at his shop, at the three Golden Lyons in Corne-hill, neere the Royall Exchange, 1639.

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