History of the town of Warren, N.H.

from its early settlement to the year 1854; including a sketch of the Pemigewasset Indians by Little, William

Publisher: McFarland & Jenks in Concord, (N.H.)

Written in English
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Edition Notes

Statementby William Little
SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 41529
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 170 p.
Number of Pages170
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14439079M

Hampton Hymn (Tune of America) Composed by Rev. Edgar Warren On this glad festal day, We grateful homage pay To our loved town. We prize its ancient name, We sing its rising fame, We hail with proud acclaim Its fair renownNot ours the mountains high, Rising against the sky As eagles soar. But ours the restless sea, Flowing forever free, Breaking incessantly Along the . A town meeting took place on Octo , and the voters adopted fire protection measures. They appointed eleven Firewards with Amory Warren as chairman and Walter French as chief along with the appropriation of $ A Hunneman hand tub was purchased for $, housed in a new station, built for $, and located on Vine Street. In celebration of the th year of the founding of Weston, Vermont, the Weston Historical Society published copies of a genealogical compendium of the early settlers of Weston. The book expanded on the basic research completed by Raymond Taylor () by adding all birth, marriage and death records for on file at the town Size: 2MB. History of Lebanon, N.H., Family History Library Lincoln Histories and Genealogies Bicentennial commemorative book of the town of Lincoln, .

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As an evidence of that it has had, and now has, three banks - the First National, the Citizens’ National, and the Warren Savings Banks - owned entirely by her own citizens.

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Osgood, James T., Warren p.o., Sheffield, was born in Rockingham county, N.H., in the year At the age of twenty- two years he came to Elk township and was married in to Jane Cole (a daughter of Jacob Cole), by whom he had eleven children, eight.

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the Warren flouring mills. "Outside local history has given Warren the reputation, for some years past, of being a wealthy town, having large capital in proportion to its population.

As an evidence of that it has had, and now has, three banks — the First National, the Citizens' National, and the Warren Savings Banks—owned entirely by her.One of the 13 colonies series, this book focuses on N.H., the first colony to form its own government & the 9th ratifier of the United States Constitution.

Biographical sketches of historical figures enliven this survey of N.H. colonial history. Nick Of Time Lindbergh, Anne (Little, ) Jericho, lives in N.H. with his father & sister.– the Bon Ton, the first movie theater in Dover opened. It was located on the north side of Blackwell Street between Sussex and Warren Streets.

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