3 edition of The history of New-Hampshire. found in the catalog.
The history of New-Hampshire.
1791 by for the author, by Isaiah Thomas, and Ebenezer T. Andrews, Faust"s Statue, no. 45, New-bury-Street. in Printed at Boston .
Written in English
|Statement||By Jeremy Belknap, A.M. Member of the Philosophical Society in Philadelphia, and of the Academy of Arts and Sciences in Massachusetts.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 23166.|
|Contributions||Belknap, Jeremy, 1744-1798 cartographer., Hill, Samuel, 1766?-1804 engraver.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, , 18-493,  p.,  folded leaf of plates|
|Number of Pages||493|
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They settled on the farm where she now lives, he having died many years ago. They peeped out and saw only a pleasant man, kindly faced gentleman without any of the adjuncts popularly supposed to belong to satanic majesty. Hampton History. Kate is Mrs. It was adopted by a vote of to
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George lives in the village and is engaged in selling his patent fence. Growth and The history of New-Hampshire. book The French and Indian Wars had prevented colonization of the inland areas, but after the wars a land rush began.
During the trial the discussion was hot and the lawyers finally came to blows. He and his wife died in Elgin. Henry and James are successful Iowa farmers. DeWitt lived on what is now know as the Lyons farm until his death, caused by smallpox, in Brown died a few years later and was buried in Doty Cemetery.
If you are looking for comprehensive histories of Hampton, explore Joseph Dow's early history of Hampton from its inception in to the yearand Peter Randall's followup covering the latter part of the 19th century to the year Caroline Humphrey married and moved to Milwaukee, where she died.
But shoveling the grain blew the chaff away. Harrison Kimball and wife, came here in At an earlier year, inthat same Captain Mason, Sir Ferdinand Gorges, and others, had obtained from the Council of Plymoutha grant of land partly in Maine and partly in New Hampshire, which they called Laconia.
Hines, of Huntley; Mrs. John Eldridge, lives in Orehard, Iowa. The poll books were opened and the names of candidates set down.
Charles and Geneva said that they believed " He owned the courts". The logs were cut and hauled to the spot and all the men that could be got were secured to help in the raising.
The closing of the Amoskeag Mills in was a major blow to Manchesteras was The history of New-Hampshire. book closing of the former Nashua Manufacturing Company mill in Nashua in and the bankruptcy of the Brown Company paper mill in Berlin in the s, which led to new ownership.
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It is situated on the Merrimack River at the mouth of the Piscataquog, 15 miles south of the state capital of Concord. At one time, Manchester boasted the largest cotton mills in .History of Hampton, New Hampshire The library makes available on its website thousands of pages of information on the history of Hampton.
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