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Where can I find a transcription and image of the Harvard Charter of 1650?

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The direct link to the Harvard Charter of 1650 transcription and digital image is http://library.harvard.edu/university-archives/using-the-collections/online-resources/charter-of-1650

You can also access this information from the Harvard University Archives website archives.harvard.edu; select Online Resources from the left navigation bar.

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