Births, marriages, deaths, marriage intentions, earmarks, strays, 16701747 family history library new hampshire, death and burial records index, 16541949 ancestry. It is bounded to the north by canada, to the east by maine and the atlantic ocean, to the south by massachusetts, and to the west by vermont. History of new hampshire, from its first discovery to the year 1830 1875, 422 pages scala, dante j. Most importantly, in my personal opinion, the coast is an absolute must considering i visit the beach regularly throughout the year. Thompson library which contains books and periodicals that she gathered during her lifetime. The university of new hampshire library provides students, faculty, staff, and community members with research help as well as access to resources, spaces, and tools for success. Here are seven facts about new hampshire that highlights something besides exit polls and elections. It has a post, money order, and telegraph office under. New hampshire profiles, 1972 haydn pearson contributed a column for new hampshire profiles magazine which included hometested recipes from his farm. The thirst for news was as important to the man on the street in the early 18th century as it is today but the difficulties of producing a newspaper for all to read were immeasurably harder.
Heritage books, 1997 the new hampshire mercury was a weekly newspaper published in portsmouth from december 24, 1784 to march 12, 1788. This collection contains just over 100 pamphlets and books published between 1772 and 1889 concerning the difficult and troubling experiences of african and africanamerican slaves in the. For more information and details on monxtons history, there is an excellent book is available written by local resident, diana coldicott, who still lives in the village. The tribe who settled there were called the meon wara wara meant people or tribe. From the beginning, history in new hampshire has always been linked to the independent character of its residents, as reflected by its primary role in. Nottingham west hudson, new hampshire relatively speaking. At that time, hudson originally was part of dunstable, mass. History of concord, new hampshire, from the original grant in seventeen hundred and twentyfive to the opening of the twentieth century. The new hampshire primary and presidential politics 2003 squires, j. Everyday discount prices and great customer service.
New hampshire sweeps over the diverse and isolated terrain of this quintessential new england state. Apr 15, 2015 new hampshire makes the news during the national primaries, but the value of this state goes far beyond politics. On this website you can find out about local news and events, find out more about local facilities. Page 39 not as the conqueror comes, they, the truehearted, came. After returning to durham in 1877, she wrote several books and many articles on local history, genealogy, and. Choose from 500 different sets of new hampshire history flashcards on quizlet. Images of new hampshire history from books about new hampshire history, photos of historical markers new hampshire town signs, covered bridges and veteran monuments. May 10, 2014 hampshire history is a voluntary project and is entirely selffunded by the founders who share their interest and share their discoveries about the history of this historic county as time and life permits.
New hampshire ontheroad histories lawson, russell m on. Historia emporium the history store models soldiers. West meon, hampshire genealogy heraldry and history. An interesting book on the history and culture of new hampshires native american tribes. Then you can start reading kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer no kindle device required.
A well written book that is accurate and thorough on the subject matter. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. It was incorporated as the new hampshire antiquarian society in 1875, and adopted the doing business as name of hopkinton historical society in 2009 to better reflect the societys mission to collect, preserve, exhibit, and inform the public of the unique history of the town of hopkinton. All hampshire libraries are closed, and events cancelled, until further notice. Weve also found the best books, guides, websites, and other resources to make your study of new hampshire fun and educational.
In its entirety, the order outlines the effects on all operations within new hampshire, including businesses, and includes a stayathome order for residents. The original history books are murky in their explanations of charters and grants, who gets what where, etc. Not with the roll of the stirring drums, and the trumpet that sings of fame. Includes bibliographical references and indexes map 2 of 2 has a section cut out of it v.
Monxton matters for everything that matters in monxton. Abstracts of the probate records of rockingham county new hampshire. History of monxton, in test valley and hampshire map and. Dec 14, 2010 john mitchell, pioneer from ulster scotland, was an original settler of nottingham west, now hudson, new hampshire. In these letters, white details the natural history of the area around his family home at the vicarage of selborne in hampshire.
The natural history and antiquities of selborne wikipedia. A history of new hampshire from 1623 to the present 1956 vol 1. For faster results, type a keyword or surname in the search window which can be found at the top of this page or under menu on mob. New hampshire is often well known for its mountains, which attract a lot of hikers. New hampshire, one of the new england states of the ne united states. It had one pub, named the black swan, which is now permanently closed. Religious persecution in ma forcing people north in search of freedom, relations with the indians after they were nearly wiped out by diseases, and of course the exploration of the white mountains by. In 1741, it became nottingham, mass in 1746, nottingham west, n. History of rockingham county, new hampshire, and representative citizens, chicago, ill. May 15, 2015 the hampshire chronicle was being printed in winchester and in the home town of the johnson family, gosport. Monxton is a small, picturesque and historic village located in the test valley, 4 miles southwest of andover, hampshire.
The new hampshire historical societys collections include family histories, vital records, church records, cemetery records, diaries, town and county histories, military records, genealogical periodicals, and general genealogical reference material, in addition to a large collection of published and unpublished material related to the history. For more information and details on monxton s history, there is an excellent book is available written by local resident, diana coldicott, who still lives in the village. A comprehensive and thoroughly readable history of new hampshires. John mitchell, pioneer from ulster scotland, was an original settler of nottingham west, now hudson, new hampshire. In 187072, john marius wilsons imperial gazetteer of england and wales described monxton like this. Many land boundaries were moved in the early years including not only. In the 6th century a people called the jutes from denmark settled along the meon valley. Colony of new hampshire a brief history new hampshire derives its name from hampshire county in england, and was first applied to the territory in 1629, in honor of captain john mason, governor of portsmouth, in hampshire, england, and also the proprietor of the territory now so called. Local history books on new hampshire arcadia publishing. Religious persecution in ma forcing people north in search of freedom, relations with the indians after they were nearly wiped out by diseases, and of course the exploration of the white mountains by darby field and others.
Hampshire library service hampshire county council. The new hampshire history network is a digital gateway that provides centralized access to new hampshires history and historical collections through partnerships with local historical societies and other collecting institutions. Check out the societys new social studies curriculum and website for granite state kids, educators. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. New presses were installed and they were soon printing books and newspapers. Books on new hampshire history local and regional history, genealogy and pictorial histories from broughs books. Old view east meon hampshire hampshire history explore. New hampshire rockingham county heritage books, inc. Our new hampshire books help you discover the most important events in the states history, its culture, and the communities throughout time. Downeast books, 1983 over 250 popular recipes from her restaurant in exeter, n. New hampshire, death and disinterment records, 17541947 ancestry. Hampshire history is a voluntary project and is entirely selffunded by the founders who share their interest and share their discoveries about the. New hampshire historical society, 1989 originally published in historical n. Family history and local heritage only in libraries.
A brief history of the colony of new hampshire, 16221741. Monxton, hampshire click on the map for other historical maps of this place. The village stands 8 miles ne of bishops waltham station on the l. The story of the creation of the new hampshire historical societys 1911 landmark headquarters building and of its benefactor edward tuck. New hampshire at wikisource the book included several of frosts most wellknown poems, including stopping by woods on a snowy evening, 2 nothing gold can stay 3 and fire and ice. History history index history az new hampshire history united states new hampshire travel new hampshire vermont connecticut rhode island massachusetts new england genealogy new hampshire genealogy civil war new. Such an important era for american history and so ignored by far too many. For your copy please email mrs coldicott or call 0126330. Eventually in 1820, the two families formed a partnership and jacob and johnson became the successful proprietors of the hampshire chronicle. New hampshire makes the news during the national primaries, but the value of this state goes far beyond politics. The new hampshire history network is a digital gateway that provides centralized access to new hampshire s history and historical collections through partnerships with local historical societies and other collecting institutions. List of books and articles about new hampshire history. He later would figure in the history of new hampshire when he became the 14th president of the united states.
History of the town of andover new hampshire, 17511906. In 2008 on the mason town green, the statue of bode was dedicated to elizabeth orton twig jones 19102005, a renowned illustrator and author of childrens books and former mason resident. New hampshire history books on regional and local history of the united states. It is bordered by massachusetts s, vermont, with the connecticut river forming the boundary w, the canadian province of quebec nw, and maine and a short strip of the atlantic ocean e. Learn about the history of new hampshire and find fun and interesting things to do and see all across new hampshire. Oct 01, 2005 new hampshire ontheroad histories lawson, russell m on. Softcover books ship out within 1 week, hardcover books can take up to 4 weeks to arrive at your doorstep.
However, there are a variety of large lakes and state parks that tourists from all over come to see during our summer months. For faster results, type a keyword or surname in the search window which can. New hampshire time line chronological timetable of events. The hampshire chronicle, the earliest newspaper to be printed and published in hampshire. Buy models, toy soldiers, kits, toys, 3d puzzles, books and more at historia emporium the history store.
Developed by the new hampshire historical society, the new hampshire history network nhhn provides centralized access to new hampshires history and historical collections through partnerships with local historical societies and other collecting institutions. They shook the depths of the desert gloom with their hymns of lofty cheer. It lies 3 miles west of andover near the a303 road. Learn new hampshire history with free interactive flashcards. The history focuses on the nh area but its stories spread all over the northeast colonies. Moose on the loose social studies for granite state kids. The hampshire chronicle estb 1772 hampshire history explore. New hampshire history timeline 1600s 1622 king james i granted region between salem and merrimac rivers to john mason, sir ferdinando. This volume contains more than 600 abstracts from articles, and provides the reader with valuable genealogical information and a general understanding of life in portsmouth in the late eighteenth century.
The natural history and antiquities of selborne, or just the natural history of selborne is a book. New hampshire cooking subject books about new hampshire. The subscriber, being engaged in continuing the history of new hampshire, and intending to give a topographical description of the country, and a particular account of every occurrence, which may deserve the publick notice, takes. New hampshire profiles cookbook brouillard, elaine r. As late as the 18th century the meon valley was called jutedene, which meant jute valley. Monxton is a village and civil parish in hampshire, england. Old view east meon hampshire hampshire history explore and. This list of the best history books includes bestsellers, pulizter prize winners and editors picks from distinguished historians and biographers. Youll also find a wide range of historical and genealogical materials from canada, england, scotland and more. History of new hampshire facts about new hampshire. The resourcefulness of granite staters in their efforts to innovate and improvise is the reason for this incredible and intriguing cast of true stories about new hampshire people living what they love and loving what they do. Abbotdowning and the concord coach scheiber, harry n. In march of 1621 or 2, john mason was granted cape anne, from salem, ma to the mouth of the merrimac river. One of the original states, it is located in new england at the northeastern corner of the country.993 451 75 303 961 31 1099 41 177 644 422 437 100 960 883 660 533 1035 721 718 808 633 290 550 971 989 774 663 159 733 728 253 464 452 631 983