1 edition of Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society found in the catalog.
Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society
New Hampshire Historical Society
|Series||Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society -- v. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||304 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||09011751|
Micromedia and Multimedia: There is a collection of CD-ROMs, including records of the New England Historical and Genealogical Society, Civil War records, Revolutionary War roll, Evans’ Abstracts of New Hampshire Probate Records. The majority of the papers were donated by Elizabeth Belknap, daughter of Jeremy Belknap, in Many of these items contain book plates and notes indicating this donation. The volumes of tipped-in papers known as A-C were donated by Jeremy Belknap, presumably at the time of the founding of the Massachusetts Historical Society.
Original data: Collections of the Dover, N.H., Historical N.H.: Printed by Scales & Quimby, The New Hampton Historical Society is a not-for-profit educational organization whose mission is to research and preserve the history of the town of New Hampton through its collection of historical material and its buildings, and to share the rich heritage of the town with residents, visitors, and students through exhibitions, programs, interpretations, and presentations.
Welcome to a Sampling of Our Collection of More Than , Images - Click on image for other images, click on arrows for more images. Franklin Pierce was the fourteenth president of the United States and the only president from New Hampshire. About the Association of Historical Societies of New Hampshire Papers. The collection consists mostly of copies of minutes, publications, and survey forms () of individual towns regarding their “Historic Assets.” Also included are letters, clippings, and photographs concerning “town bicentennial quilts.”.
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Tuck's Gift New Hampshire's Temple of History. The story of the creation of the New Hampshire Historical Society’s landmark headquarters building and of its benefactor Edward Tuck.
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Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society, Volume 7 Hardcover Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society book 19 May by Otis Grant Hammond (Author) US imports may differ from local products. Author: Otis Grant Hammond. Dover Historical Society (N.H.) Full view - Collections of the Dover, N.H., Historical Society;, Volume 1 Dover Historical Society (N H) No preview available - Collections of the Dover, N.H., Historical Society: vol.
I Item Preview Historical Society: vol. I by Dover Historical Society (N.H.) Publication date Topics Registers of births, etc. -- New Hampshire Dover, Dover (N.H.) -- Genealogy Publisher Dover, NH: Scales & Quimby Collection newyorkpubliclibrary; americanaPages: Scheiber, Harry N.
(New Hampshire Historical Society, ) Originally published in Historical N.H. inthis reprint makes available information on the Abbot-Downing Company, which built the world famous Concord Coach along with other vehicles.
Photographs of these early vehicles illustrate the text. : Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society, Vol. 4 (Classic Reprint): Cn, New Hampshire Historical Society.: Books. Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society: containing province records and court papers from tonotices of provincial councilors, and other articles relative to the early history of the state.
The Collections at the Warner Historical Society consist of some books covering Warner and surrounding town histories, regimental histories, books by past and present local authors, pamphlets about local events and organizations, and gazetteers; town and school reports, and early tax records; 18th, 19th, and 20th Century manuscripts, personal and official military.
Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society by New Hampshire Historical Society; 5 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, History, Societies.
The New Hampshire History Network is a collaboration of local historical societies and collecting institutions dedicated to preserving and sharing New Hampshire's history. Underwritten in honor of James H. Hayes through the generous support of Margaret Hayes Brown & Family, Gail Hayes Kelly & Family, and New Hampshire Distributors, Inc.
The Society's publishes a semi-annual journal, Historical New Hampshire, and a quarterly newsletter featuring information on the Society's collections, programs, and activities.
These publications are two of the many benefits of membership in the Society. The collections of Historical Society of Pennsylvania range from genealogical and family papers to business and organizational records to collections of items such as photographs, postcards, sheet music, menus, and trade cards.
HSP's library contains a wealth of published material, including books, pamphlets, serials, and newspapers. Our collections span from. Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society by Otis Grant Hammond (, Hardcover) Be the first to write a review About this product Brand new: lowest price.
The Peterborough Town Library, founded inis the oldest taxpayer-supported free library in New Hampshire. Unitarian minister Abiel Abbot had the idea for a collection of books owned by the people and free to everyone who lived in Peterborough.
The State of New Hampshire made money available for it. Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society, ISBNISBNBrand New, Free P&P in the UK. Lamprey Family. Description - Henry Lamprey migrated from England to Boston, Massachusetts where he and his family lived for several years before settling in Hampton, New Hampshire in His grandson, Morris, born insettled in the Little River area of what is now North Hampton.
The materials in the Lamprey Family Collection are from this Little River Branch of. Share via E-mail. Enter the E-mail Address that you'd like to send this page to.
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OCLC Number: Description: volumes ; 22 cm: Other Titles: New Hampshire Historical Society collections.