5 edition of Collections of the New Hampshire antiquarian society, no. 1-4. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||F31 .N45|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||15021020|
New Hampshire Historical Society, ), pp. –33, ; Brock Jobe, ed., Portsmouth Furniture: Masterworks from the New Hampshire Seacoast (Boston: Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, ), pp. – A similar Haverhill sideboard by Stephen Adams (–) is also known. American Antiquarian Society and New York Public Library. D., W. An Elegant Collection of New Figures Lately Composed for the Use of Dancing Schools. Amherst: Samuel Preston, Evans , not on microprint; EAMES D (Amherst CD, ) New Hampshire Historical Society, VD. Figures only. The Echo: or, Federal Songster.
Archaeological Society of New Jersey, Research Series 1. Trenton. _____ Algonkian Culture and Use of Maize in Southern New England. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut New Haven: Yale Peabody Museum. _____ Notes on Ethnology and History. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut New Haven. New York: American Historical Society, New Hampshire. Laws of New Hampshire, Including Public and Private Acts and Resolves [–]. 10 vols. Concord, – Cited as N.H. Early Laws. New Hampshire. Provincial and State Papers. Vols. 1–10 edited by Nathaniel Bouton; vols. 11–18 edited by Isaac W. Hammond; vols. 19–
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Ketchum, Silas. Address at the annual meeting, J Pages: Collections of the New Hampshire antiquarian society, no. Also available in digital form. Contributor: New Hampshire Antiquarian Society.
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Stanton Avery Special Collections, New England Historic Genealogical Society. View Catalog Typescript transcription of a deed concerning the sale of land by William Bowman, Capt. Josiah, Roger, James, and Keaquisan, Indians of the Natick Indian Plantation to John Stone of Sudbury.
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Gift of Thomas Streeter, Hewes Number: Thomas Streeter, an avid collector of Western Americana and transportation history and a generous donor to the AAS collections, was elected to membership in AAS in Streeter, who was born in Concord, New Hampshire, graduated from Dartmouth College in and.
old books NEW HAMPSHIRE history & genealogy NH -on FLASH DRIVE USB ancestors. $ Free shipping an officer of the line in the war of revolution, and an original member of the New Hampshire society of the Cincinnati by John Harvey Treat - () – 48 pages.
Annals of the town of Concord, in the county of Volumes 1- 4 by Ezra S 5/5(3). John Farmer Papers Special Collections Tuck Library New Hampshire Historical Society was established and Farmer, unable to be present at the early meetings of its founders, took a deep interest in the society, contributing much to its organization 1 4 1 5 January–July 1 6 August–December 1 7 January–June Black and white pictographic / pictorial map, 26 3/4 x 27 1/4 inches on sheet size 28 x 28 1/2 inches, folding as issued into 8 1/2 x 6 1/4 inch stiff card folder.
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About this Item: Published by the New Hampshire Historical Society. Concord, NH.pp. The entire issue (eight articles) of the New Hampshire Historical Society's publication is devoted to the archeology in the state. Solomon was a graduate of Dartmouth, a Baptist minister, printer and farmer in various towns like Brookfield, Enfield, New Salem.
A hymn book he wrote, wholly or partially, is held at the American Antiquarian Society. The Dartmouth Alumni Sketches () describes Solomon Howe, “His life was eccentric and desultory.” Generation C.
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Census [edit | edit source]. The census, except .The auction catalogs collection represents 69 auction houses and spans rare book-selling activity from to (with the majority dating from to ), offering an historical view of the rare book business in America. Since the auction catalogs were mainly used as acquisition tools by the New York State Library, the collection also offers insight into the formation of the original.