Here are 475 New Hampshire titles that we have available and on the shelves in Walpole, New Hampshire on July 27, 2015.  Remember, ordering is easy from Ray Boas, Bookseller.  (you may wish to use your search function on your browser to find the town you are looking for on this list)

1. BIOGRAPHICAL REVIEW VOLUME XXIII CONTAINING LIFE SKETCHES OF LEADING CITIZENS OF HILLSBORO & CHESHIRE COUNTIES, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Biographical Review Pub. Co., Boston, MA, 1897 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 482pp, good+, original full leather, aeg (hardcover) clean and tight, "The persons whose life stories are outlined in this volume, present or former residents of Hillsboro and of Cheshire Counties, have earned the right to be commemorated.", (Order No: 52834 ), $100.00

2. BIOGRAPHICAL REVIEW - THIS VOLUME CONTAINS BIOGRAPICAL SKETCHES OF LEADING CITIZENS OF ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Biographical Review Pub. Co., Boston, MA, 1896, B&W illustrations, 646pp, very good, rebound green cloth (hardcover) stain to rear board, Volume XVII of the Atlantic Series of Biographical Reviews., (Order No: 52835 ), $100.00

3. TWO HUNDRETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE TOWN OF HAMPSTEAD, N.H. 1749-1949 - - SOUVENIR BOOKLET, published by the town, Hampstead, NH, 1949, B&W illustrations, 132pp, good, wraps (softcover), Brief history, and the program for the 200th anniversary. Absolutely great ads with great photographs of the businesses at the time, views of homes, and historical photographs., (Order No: 47337 ), $20.00

4. HARRISVILLE NEW HAMPSHIRE 1870-1970 - CENTENNIAL COMMEMORATIVE BOOK, 1970, B&W illustrations, 71pp, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 63849 ), $14.50

5. THE NEW HAMPSHIRE BUSINESS DIRECTORY FOR 1885, Briggs & Co., Publishers, Boston, MA, 1885, B&W illustrations, 414pp, good+, brown cloth spine, paper covered boards (hardcover), "A COMPLETE INDEX TO THE MERCANTILE, MANUFACTURING AND PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS OF THE STATE, TOGETHER WITH MUCH VALUABLE MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION." Contents include: Academies, Advertisements, Advertisers Outside of the State, Banks, Boston Advertisers, Business Directory, County Officers, Expresses, Gas Companies, General Directory, Index to Advertisers, Insurance Companies, Internal Revenue Officers, Judiciary, Legislature, Manufacturing Companies, Miscellaneous Department, Money- Order Offices, Newspapers, Notaries Public, Patrons Out of the State, Population, Post-Offices and Postmasters, Railroads, Savings Banks, State Courts, State Government, State Institutions, United States Government, and United States Officers. GREAT ADS with GREAT ILLUSTRATIONS., (Order No: 37843 ), $125.00

6. DEDICATION OF THE BUILDING OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, The Historical Society, Concord, NH, 1912, B&W illustrations, 132pp, very good+, green cloth, teg (hardcover), (Order No: 38400 ), $50.00

7. BIOGRAPHICAL REVIEW VOLUME XXII - CONTAINING LIFE SKETCHES OF LEADING CITIZENS OF MERRIMACK AND SULLIVAN COUNTIES - N.H., Biographical Review Pub. Co., Boston, MA, 1897 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 595pp, very good, brown leather, AEG (hardcover) light cover wear, Part of the "Atlantic States Series of Biographical Reviews" this volume covering Merrimack and Sullivan Counties of New Hampshire. Of interest is that we have a second copy, identical in all respects except the title page has reversed the counties reading: "SULLIVAN AND MERRIMACK COUNTIES NEW HAMPSHIRE.", (Order No: 39176 ), $75.00

8. THE NEW HAMPSHIRE CONSTITUTION - ADOPTED JUNE 2, 1784 - OVER 200 YEARS OF CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT, [State of New Hampshire], [Concord, NH], 2001, B&W illustrations, 114pp, fine, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 43985 ), $12.50

9. HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF MONT VERNON, NEW HAMPSHIRE - WITH GENEALOGY, Blanchard Printing Co.,, Boston, MA, 1907, B&W illustrations, 245pp; 197pp, good+, blue cloth (hardcover) faded spine, "The History of Mont Vernon is necessarily brief. Its history was merged in that of Amherst, the parent town, until the year 1803, from which it was then severed." The history is followed by the 197 page genealogy section., (Order No: 48952 ), $145.00

10. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. 1. 1872- 1888, Printed for the Society, Concord, NH, 477pp, good, olive green cloth (hardcover) old hinge repairs, The New Hampshire Historical Society was formed at Portsmouth, May 20, 1823. This volume consists of four parts, printed respectively in 1874, 1875, 1885, and 1888 and compiled together. Contains route society matters and some interesting historical papers., (Order No: 52080 ), $45.00

11. AUTHOR LIST OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE LIBRARY - SUPPLEMENT, JUNE 1, 1904, John B. Clarke Company, Manchester, NH, 1904, 594pp, good, blue cloth (hardcover) EX-LIB w/spine mark and bookplate, Appendix to Report of Trustees of the State Library., (Order No: 52766 ), $30.00

12. REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 1, 1866 - VOL I AND VOL II - TWO VOLS., George E Jenks State Printer, Concord, NH, 1866, good, black cloth (hardcover) some light edgewear, Two Volume Set Complete: Volume I, 716pp, consists of regimental rosters. Volume II, 958pp consists of: Part One of this report (pages 3-394) is the first part of the MILITARY HISTORY OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE, FROM ITS SETTLEMENT, IN 1623, TO THE YEAR 1861. The second part of this volume (pages 399-958) is the MILITARY HISTORY OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE DURING THE GREAT REVELLION; 1861-1866., (Order No: 54590 ), $150.00

13. HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF MONT VERNON, NEW HAMPSHIRE -- WITH PART 11 GENEALOGY, Wallace Press, Inc., Milford, NH, (1976) 2nd ptg, 245pp; 197pp, very good, black cloth (hardcover), Quality reprinting of the 1907 First Edition with history followed by Part II Genealogy of 197 pages., (Order No: 61558 ), $45.00

14. THE OLD MAPS OF MERRIMACK COUNTY NEW HAMPSHIRE IN 1892 - 80 OLD MAPS REPRODUCED, Saco Valley Printing, Fryeburg, ME, 1984, 56pp, very good, wraps (softcover), The Old Roads - Every House and Family - Detail Maps of Villages and Neighborhoods., (Order No: 62459 ), $30.00

15. THE GRANITE STATE OF THE UNITED STATES: A HISTORY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE FROM 1623 TO THE PRESENT - VOLUME III FAMILY AND..., American Historical Co., Inc, New York, (1956), 390pp, good++, blue cloth (hardcover), "...AND PERSONAL HISTORY.", (Order No: 62532 ), $20.00

16. THE GRANITE STATE OF THE UNITED STATES: A HISTORY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE FROM 1623 TO THE PRESENT - VOLUME IV FAMILY AND..., American Historical Co., Inc, New York, (1956), p391-p796, good+, blue cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 62533 ), $20.00

17. COLLECTIONS OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. VOLUME III - FIRST PUBLISHED IN 1832, Printed by John B. Clarke, Manchester, NH, 1870, 304pp, very good, dark brown cloth (hardcover), Originally published in 1832, this is the 1870 reprint of that volume., (Order No: 64327 ), $40.00

18. COLLECTIONS OF THE NEW-HAMPSHIRE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, FOR THE YEAR 1824. VOLUME I, McFarland & Jenks, Concord, NH, 1871, 336pp, very good, dark brown cloth (hardcover), Reprint of the volume first published in 1824., (Order No: 64372 ), $40.00

19. ATTRACTIVE BITS ALONG SHORE: PORTSMOUTH - RYE BEACH - ISLES OF SHOALS - OLD YORK - KITTERY POINT, H. Wilber Hayes, Publisher, Portland, ME, c1890s, B&W illustrations, good, green cloth (hardcover) some wear/rubbing to cloth, A wonderful collection of images of the Portsmouth, NH area in the late 19th century, with accompanying text., (Order No: 63671 ), $20.00

20. 1918 PORTSMOUTH DIRECTORY INCLUDING GREENLAND, NEWCASTLE, AND RYE - [PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE], W. A. Greenough & Co., Boston, MA, 1918, LACKS FOLD-OUT MAP, 287pp, ads, good, black cloth spine (hardcover) edgewear - LACKS MAP, (Order No: 63697 ), $25.00

21. REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL OF THE STATE OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 1, 1869; AND, MILITARY HISTORY OF ..., John B. Clarke, Printer, Manchester, NH, 1868, very good, brown cloth (hardcover) very light cover wear, "...NEW-HAMPSHIRE, FROM ITS SETTLEMENT IN 1623, TO THE YEAR 1861. CONCLUDED." The Adjutant's report of 126 pages is followed by the 401 page military history., (Order No: 60403 ), $75.00

22. RINDGE, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1768-1968 BICENTENNIAL, 1968, B&W illustrations, 64pp, good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 64221 ), $10.00

23. A HISTORY OF STRAFFORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE - REVISED EDITION, Strafford Historical Society, Center Strafford, NH, 1995 rev ed, B&W ill. map in rear pocket, 286pp, very good++, green cloth (hardcover), First published in 1971 by The Town of Strafford, NH., (Order No: 46513 ), $45.00

24. EARLY MAPS OF WINCHESTER NEW HAMPSHIRE 1733-1892 WITH A NARRATIVE HISTORY, Old Maps, West Chesterfield, NH, (1983), B&W illustrations, 30pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0911653074 Published on the Occasion of the 250th Anniversary of the Founding of Winchester. More than 20 old town and village maps displaying Winchester's history from its founding until the end of the nineteenth century., (Order No: 56307 ), $30.00

25. Agran, Rick; Crill, Hildred; and DeCarteret, Mark (edited by) (introduction by Maxine Kumin), UNDER THE LEGISLATURE OF STARS: 62 NEW HAMPSHIRE POETS, Oyster River Press, Durham, NH, (1999) 1st ptg, 96pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 188229159X Chosen with care, these poems represent the best among our poets, some famous, some familiar, some to be discovered., (Order No: 42037 ), $20.00

26. Aldrich, George, WALPOLE AS IT WAS AND AS IT IS, CONTAINING A COMPLETE CIVIL HISTORY OF THE TOWN FROM 1749 TO 1879; ..., orig pub 1880, B&W illustrations, 404pp, fine, blue buckram cloth (hardcover), "TOGETHER WITH A HISTORY OF ALL THE CHURCH ORGANIZATIONS; ALSO, A HISTORY OF ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY FAMILIES THAT SETTLED IN TOWN PREVIOUS TO 1820, WITH BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF A LARGE NUMBER OF ITS PROMINENT CITIZENS, AND ALSO, A CENSUS OF THE TOWN TAKEN APRIL 1, 1878." A new quality reprint, on the shelf and ready to ship., (Order No: 53725 ), $45.00

27. Allen, Wilma L., POWER & PARADISE: THE DOUBLE LIVES OF NEW HAMPSHIRE LAKES, Double-U Books, Rindge, NH, (2003), B&W illustrations, 112pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0963769014, (Order No: 63438 ), $5.00

28. Allison, Elliott and Allison, Kathleen (introduction by Edwin Way Teale), MONADNOCK SIGHTINGS - BIRDS OF DUBLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1909-1979 (WITH GERALD H. THAYER'S LIST OF 1909), William L. Bauhan, Publisher, Dublin, NH, (1979), B&W illustrations, 55pp, good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0872330516, (Order No: 59308 ), $10.00

29. Allison, Henry Darracott, DUBLIN DAYS OLD AND NEW - NEW HAMPSHIRE FACT AND FANCY (DUBLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE), Exposition Press, New York, (1952), B&W illustrations, 156pp, very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover) signed by author, (Order No: 50808 ), $17.50

30. Amidon, Cynthia, REMEMBERING HANCOCK: TALES FROM A QUAINT NEW HAMPSHIRE TOWN - AMERICAN CHRONICLES -- [HANDOCK, NEW HAMPSHIRE], The History Press, Charleston, SC, (2010), B&W illustrations, 127pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 9781596294103, (Order No: 60853 ), $10.00

31. Anderson, Leon W., CONCORD COACH: ABBOT-DOWNING 1827-1900 CONCORND, NEW HAMPSHIRE, The Village Press, Inc., Concord, NH, 1976, B&W illustrations, 24pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 64400 ), $12.50

32. Annett, Albert and Lehtinen, Alice E. E., HISTORY OF JAFFREY (MIDDLE MONADNOCK) NEW HAMPSHIRE (VOLUMEI) AND THE GENERATIONS OF JAFFREY NEW HAMPSHIRE (VOLUME II), Published by the Town, Jaffrey, NH, 1937 & 1934, B&W illustrations, good+, red cloth (hardcover), Published at different times, the red cloth coloring is not a perfect match. Spine on Volume I is faded - on Volume II it is not. Clean and tight set. Two Volume Set including: Volume I HISTORY OF JAFFREY (MIDDLE MONADNOCK) NEW HAMPSHIRE: AN AVERAGE COUNTRY TOWN IN THE HEART OF NEW ENGLAND, 1937, 847pp, with contributed chapters by Margaret Casson Robinson, Rev. Charles Smith Mills, Charles Palache and J. Laurence Laughlin; and, Volume II THE GENERATIONS OF JAFFREY NEW HAMPSHIRE ARRANGED AFTER THEIR FAMILIES, 1934, 903pp., (Order No: 50137 ), $100.00

33. Annett, Albert and Lehtinen, Alice E. E., THE GENERATIONS OF JAFFREY NEW HAMPSHIRE ARRANGED AFTER THEIR FAMILIES -- HISTORY OF JAFFREY N.H. VOLUME II: GENEALOGIES, published by the town, Jaffrey, NH, 1934, 903pp, good+, maroon cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 60831 ), $85.00

34. Annett, Albert; Webster, Wilbur E., Cann, Bowman F. (Town Committee), SOUVENIR PROGRAM OF THE SESQUI-CENTENNIAL OF THE TOWN OF JAFFREY NEW HAMPSHIRE 1773-1923 - AUGUST 11 TO AUGUST 18, 1923, Anniversary Committee, Jaffrey, NH, 1923, B&W illustrations, 64pp, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 63789 ), $25.00

35. Annett, Albert, OLD DAYS IN JAFFREY [JAFFREY, NEW HAMPSHIRE] AN ADDRESS BY ALBERT ANNETT ON THE COMMON IN JAFFREY CENTER VILLAGE ..., Jaffrey Village Impro. Soc., Jaffrey, NH, 1922, 15pp, very good, wraps (softcover), "... ON THE OCCASION OF A HISTORICAL DRIVE TO POINTS OF INTEREST IN THE TOWNSHIP - AUGUST 21, 1921.", (Order No: 64357 ), $20.00

36. Arcidiacono, Charlene (edited by), LONDONDERRY LITERATURE - LONDONDERRY, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Londonderry Leach Library, Londonderry, NH, 1989, 208pp, ads, very good, wraps (softcover), Published by the Friends of the Londonderry Leach Library to provide the town's residents with an opportunity to see their words and works in print, (Order No: 48128 ), $30.00

37. Arnold, Seth S., A SERMON PREACHED AT ALSTEAD ON THE FIRST SABBATH IN JANUARY, 1826 WITH HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF THE TOWN ALSTEAD, NEW HAMPSHIR, recent reprint, c1980s, very good+, wraps (softcover) stapled leaves, Author was pastor of the 1st Congregational Church and Society. An interesting collection of historical information follows the reprint of the sermon., (Order No: 48654 ), $25.00

38. Arranged by the General Committee, THE ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE GRANTING OF THE CHARTER OF THE TOWN OF PLYMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE JULY 15, 1763, The Rumford Press, Concord, NH, 1913 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 72pp, very good, green cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 62427 ), $25.00

39. Atkins, Edith W., WALKING BACK THROUGH TIME: 50 HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF WINCHESTER, NH - WINCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Edith W. Atkins, Winchester, NH, 1997 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 192pp, fine, wraps (softcover), Doing historical research was a passion with Mrs. Atkins, so she started writing for the RETURN OF THE WINCHESTER STAR in May of 1980. This book presents some of her articles., (Order No: 44535 ), $10.00

40. Ayling, Augustus D. (Adjutant General), REVISED REGISTER OF THE SOLDIERS AND SAILORS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION 1861-1866, Ira C. Evans, Public Printer, Concord, NH, 1895, 1345pp, good+, 1/2 leather (hardcover) SEE NOTE for more comments, Contents are broken down by regiment, and include a sketch of the regiment, a register of members, a summary of the regiment's service, and a register of commissioned officers. A very nice clean and tight copy internally. CONDITION NOTE CONTINUED - Leather spine has small chipped and loose part at top of spine. Some light fading/discoloration to cloth on boards., (Order No: 51042 ), $275.00

41. Baldwin, Harrison C., THE HISTORY OF HILLSBOROUGH NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1921-1963 - [LACKS TIPPED IN MAP], Transcript Printing Company, Peterborough, NH, [1964], B&W illustrations, 201pp, good+, brown cloth (hardcover) light edgewear signed by author, Contents include: Early History; The Roaring Twenties; The Thrifty Thirties; The War Years; The Fidgety Fifties; The Start of the Sixties; Local History; Organizations; Business and Manufacturing Firms; Official Roster; and, Miscellany., (Order No: 39503 ), $30.00

42. Bardwell, John D. and Bergeron, Ronald P., THE WHITE MOUNTAINS NEW HAMPSHIRE: A VISUAL HISTORY, The Donning Company Pub., Norfolk/Virginia Beach, (1989), B&W illustrations, 200pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0898657377 In this visual history the authors have traced the discovery, settlement, and development of the region beginning with Christopher Levett's published report of "the Christal Hill" in 1628., (Order No: 49899 ), $60.00

43. Bardwell, John D. and Bergeron, Ronald P., THE LAKES REGION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE: A VISUAL HISTORY, The Donning Company Pub., Norfolk, VA, (1989), B&W and color illustrations, 192pp, very good+ w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0898657342 The recorded history of the Lakes Region through a pictorial account of the area's development and progress., (Order No: 54545 ), $45.00

44. Bartlett, John Henry, SKETCHES FROM MY SCRAP BOOKS AND DIARIES, Samuel R. Blaisdell, Portsmouth, NH, (1948), B&W illustrations, 122pp, very good, green cloth (hardcover), Former Governor of New Hampshire, 1919-1920; former President of the US Civil Service Commission; etc., (Order No: 55122 ), $12.50

45. Bassett, William; Bowen, Zimri; Conway, Charles W. and, Twitchell, Almon (preface by), HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF RICHMOND, CHESHIRE COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRE, FROM ITS FIRST SETTLEMENT, TO 1882, C. W. Calkins & Co. Printers, Boston, 1884 1st ed, B&W ill., photos, 2 page map, 578pp, good, rebound in red buckram cloth (hardcover) owner's name, Nicely rebound copy, clean and tight., (Order No: 45189 ), $75.00

46. Bassett, William, HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF RICHMOND, CHESHIRE COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRE, FROM ITS FIRST SETTLEMENT, TO 1882, New England History Press, Somersworth, NH, (1975), B&W illustrations, map, 578pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), Originally published in 1884, this new edition was published by the Richmond Historical Society, November, 1975., (Order No: 55176 ), $30.00

47. Batchelder, Jean (with contributions by Pat Hammond), HISTORY & HEROES OF NEW HAMPSHIRE AVIATION, Arrow Publishing Company, Spring Hill, FL, (1995), B&W illustrations, 228pp, fine, wraps (softcover) signed by author, owner's inscription, ISBN 0964899302 Begins with a history of aviation in New Hampshire including weather and terrain. This is followed by biographies of 61 aviators from New Hampshire, many well-known such as Alan Shepard, Jr., and Christa McAuliffe. The author states, "Men and women from New Hampshire have set records, blazed trails, and contributed much to the field of aviation. They were the first to fly the Atlantic, first into space, and left their footprints on the moon...", (Order No: 50384 ), $25.00

48. Batchellor, Albert Stillman (editor), STATE PAPERS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE - VOLUME XIX 1679-1764 - PROVINCIAL PAPERS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, John B. Clarke, Printer, Manchester, NH, 1891, maps, 760pp, good+, black cloth (hardcover) light wear bottomof spine, "With Historical Notes, A Chronological List of Boundary Line Papers, Contemporary Maps, and other Illustrations." Nice clean and tight copy., (Order No: 45997 ), $60.00

49. Batchellor, Albert Stillman (editor), EARLY STATE PAPERS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE - VOLUME XX - 1784-1787, John B. Clarke, Printer, Manchester, NH, 1891, 930pp, very good, black cloth (hardcover), With an Appendix Containing an Abstract of the Official Records Relative to the Formation, Promulgation, Consideration, and Adoption of the Federal Constitution, and Illustrative Notes. Nice clean and tight copy, (Order No: 45998 ), $60.00

50. Batchellor, Albert Stillman (editor), EARLY STATE PAPERS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE - VOLUME XXI - 1787-1790, Ira C. Evans, Public Printer, Concord, NH, 1892, 930pp, very good, black cloth (hardcover), "With an Appendix Containing Biographical Sketches of Men who Sustained Important Relations to the State Government During That Period ..." Nice clean and tight copy., (Order No: 45999 ), $60.00

51. Batchellor, Albert Stillman (editor), EARLY STATE PAPERS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE - VOLUME XXII 1790-1793, Ira C. Evans, Public Printer, Concord, NH, 1893, 923pp, very good, black cloth (hardcover), "With an Appendix Containing the Journal of the Senate on the Impeachment of Woodbury Langdon, the Records of the New Hampshire Society of the Cincinnati, and Biographical Sketches of Men who Sustained Important Relations..." Nice clean and tight copy., (Order No: 46000 ), $60.00

52. Batchellor, Albert Stillman (editor), STATE PAPERS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUME XXIII - LIST OF DOCUMENTS IN THE PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE IN LONDON ENGLAND ..., John B. Clarke Company, Manchester, NH, 1893, 557pp, good+, black cloth (hardcover) light wear bottom of spine, "...RELATING TO THE PROVINCE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE CHRONOLOGICALLY ARRANGED ACCORDING TO THE ORDER OF RECORD IN THE SEVERAL SERIES DESIGNATED AS COLONIAL PAPERS, MISCELLANEOUS CORRESPONDENCE, COLONIAL ENTRY BOOKS, BOARD OF TRADE JOURNAL ... With Notes and Indexes." Nice clean and tight copy., (Order No: 46001 ), $50.00

53. Bean, Margaret C. (transcribed and edited by) (Lena T. Marsh Court Stenograher), HEARING BY THE GRAND JURY ON THE DEATH OF WILLIAM K. DEAN, APRIL 11-22, 1919, COURT HOUSE, KEENE, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Margaret C. Bean, Jaffrey, NH, (1989) 1st ed, 351pp, good, wraps (softcover), It was only through a series of coincidences that the Court Reporter's shorthand notes turned up after more than sixty years. The transcript takes us back to 1919, to the Court House in Keene, where the Attorney General of New Hampshire conducted an eight- day Inquest. The witnesses come alive, as they tell, in their own words, what happened. There is horror, there is conviction, there is disbelief, there is even humor. But there is no conclusive answer to the question: "Who killed Dr. Dean?", (Order No: 44403 ), $42.50

54. Bedford Historical Society, HISTORY OF BEDFORD, N.H. 1737 - 1971 - - BEDFORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE [WITH MAP IN REAR POCKET], Bedford Historical Society, Bedford, NH, 1972, B&W illustrations, 782pp, very good+ w/good dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 43982 ), $20.00

55. Belcher, C. Francis (foreword by Sherman Adams), LOGGING RAILROADS OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS, Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston, MA, 1980, B&W illustrations, 242pp, good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0910146322 The author describes seventeen rail lines, concentrating on a period from 1870 to 1910 when they literally crisscrossed the North Country and the area was ruled by colorful lumber barons., (Order No: 42916 ), $12.50

56. Belman, Felice and Pride, Mike (editors), THE NEW HAMPSHIRE CENTURY - CONCORD MONITOR PROFILES OF ONE HUNDRED PEOPLE WHO SHAPED IT, Univ. Press of New England, Hanover, NH, (2001) 1st ptg, B&W illustrations, 380pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 1584650877 100 of the state's most interesting characters including the founder of rock band Aerosmith, creator of Archie comics, founder of McDonald's, a notorious murderer, a US Supreme Court justice, and my neighbor - Ken Burns. A wide range of people makes for interesting reading., (Order No: 50904 ), $6.00

57. Bemis, Charles A. (new foreword by James Dunn), HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF MARLBOROUGH: CHESHIRE COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRE, The Frost Free Library, Marlborough, NH, 1974, B&W illustrations, 728pp, very good, gray cloth spine, pictorial boards (hardcover), Facsimile of the 1881 edition., (Order No: 36766 ), $40.00

58. Bemis, Guy H. (Chairman Walpole Bicentennial Commission), WALPOLE '76 (NEW HAMPSHIRE), Walpole Bicentennial Comm., Walpole, NH, 1976, B&W illustrations, 64pp, fine, brown cloth (hardcover), A wonderful historical look at this peaceful town during our nation's 200th birthday. Not much had changed since the 1700s, and not much has changed since 1976!, (Order No: 38675 ), $12.50

59. Bennett, Randall H. (compiled by), THE WHITE MOUNTAINS - THE OLD PHOTOGRAPHS SERIES, Alan Sutton, Inc., Augusta, ME, (1994), B&W illustrations, 128pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0752400770, (Order No: 55305 ), $6.00

60. Bennett, Randall H., THE WHITE MOUNTAINS: ALPS OF NEW ENGLAND - THE MAKING OF AMERICA SERIES, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, SC, (2003), B&W illustrations, 160pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0738524336, (Order No: 64213 ), $10.00

61. Bent, Allen H. (Hanrahan, E. J., edited by), BENT'S BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS, New Hampshire Publishing Co., Somersworth, NH, 1971, B&W illustrations, 114pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0912274115 "A new edition of Allen H. Bent's 'A Bibliography of the White Mountains' First published in 1911 for The Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston." A must for the researcher of the White Mountains. Includes: The Classics, Guide Books, Magazine Articles, Articles in Appalachia, Incidental References, Fiction, Poetry, Maps, Early Engravings, and Newspapers., (Order No: 23829 ), $6.00

62. Bishop, Alicia R., MY LITTLE NEW HAMPSHIRE BOOK, Exposition Press, Hicksville, NY, (1975) 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 47pp, good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0682482722 A handy fact book for residents and vacationers alike., (Order No: 48052 ), $14.50

63. Blaisdell, Paul H., THREE CENTURIES ON WINNIPESAUKEE, published by the autor, Concord, NH, 1936 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 77pp, very good, blue cloth (hardcover), First published in 1936. Contents include: Foreword; Introduction--Physical Features of the Lake; The Beginnings of Boating in Fact and Legend; The Early Steamboats; The Great Railroad Rivalry; The Battle Is Won; Many Boats--A Few Accidents; Speed Rears Its Ugly Head and Stormy Seas Arise; The Pleasure Boats; Contrasts., (Order No: 44780 ), $30.00

64. Blaisdell, Katharine (signed by the author), OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE YEARS - BOOK THREE - FARMING AND LOGGING, Published by the author, North Haverhill, NH, 1981, B&W illustrations, 234pp, very good, wraps (softcover) signed by the author, Articles by the author from "The Journal Opinion," Bradford, Vermont and Woodsville, New Hampshire., (Order No: 47167 ), $30.00

65. Blaisdell, Katharine (signed by the author), OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE YEARS - BOOK ONE - RECORDS AND RECOLLECTION OF EARLY TRAVEL RAILROADS AND THE CONNECTICUT RIVER, Journal Opinion, Bradford, VT/ Woodsville NH, (1982) 3rd ptg, B&W illustrations, 184pp, very good, wraps (softcover) signed by the author, First published in 1979., (Order No: 48285 ), $15.00

66. Blaisdell, Katharine (signed by the author), OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE YEARS - BOOK FOUR - MILLS AND MINES, The Journal Opinion, Bradford, VT/Woodsville, NH, 1982, B&W illustrations, 282pp, very good, wraps (softcover) signed by the author, Lots of information on the Mines and Mills of the area, and a small chapter too on Qyuarries and Stonesheds., (Order No: 48286 ), $30.00

67. Blaisdell, Katharine (signed by the author), OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE YEARS - BOOK SIX - STORES, CHURCHES, HOSPITALS, AND HANGINGS, published by the author, No. Haverhill, NH, 1984, B&W illustrations, 330pp, very good, wraps (softcover) signed by the author, This concluding book of her series covers a variety of subjects including: stores, peddlars, auctioneers, community life, and so much more., (Order No: 48287 ), $15.00

68. Boas, Ray (design by Jan Kobeski), AS IT WAS... AND STILL IS... WALPOLE, NEW HAMPSHIRE, published by the author, Walpole, NH, (2014), color illustrations, 128pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 9780692201152 An outstanding look at this small New Hampshire village through the reproduction of over 350 images from post cards and stereo views, all in full color. Tours through the town, and history of postcards, and a reprinting of the author's "Did you Know that..." history articles previously published in the monthly newsletter THE WALPOLE CLARION, also published by the author., (Order No: 63866 ), $20.00

69. Bolles, Frank, CHOCORUA'S TENANTS, Houghton, Mifflin and Co., Boston, 1895, 8 B&W illustrations, 68pp, very good, blue cloth, teg (hardcover), Published by Elizabeth Q. Bolles the year after her husband's death. Frank Bolles summered at Chocorua Lake near Tamworth, New Hampshire, and his poems relate tales of the lake's permanent residents, including: The crow, Log-Cock, Ruffed Grouse, Eaves Swallow, Blue Jay, Oven-Bird, and other birds. Uncommon., (Order No: 30865 ), $35.00

70. Bolles, Simeon, THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM NEW HAMPSHIRE, Enterprise Printing House, Woodsville, NH, 1883 1st ed, 108pp, 4pp ads, very good, wraps (softcover) small chip on front cover, Small ephemeral booklet written to preserve the early history of Bethlehem and to provide that information to the residents and summer tourists visiting this White Mountain resort area., (Order No: 45127 ), $60.00

71. Boscawen Historical Society, Inc. (compiled and published by), HISTORY TOWN OF BOSCAWEN 1933-1983 - [NEW HAMPSHIRE], Boscawen Historical Society, Boscawen, NH, (1983) 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 544pp, very good, green cloth (hardcover), "Published on the 250th Anniversary of the Founding of the Town with Additions and Corrections of Previous Histories of the Town." Contents include: Boscawen Post Office and Postmaster Webster's Provisional Stamp; The Boston Post Cane; Boscawen Honor Roll; Town Officers and Town Departments; Schools; Churches and Church Organizations; Organizations; Farms, Orchards, and Lumbering; Businesses; Memorable Events; Roads and Bridges; Cemetaries; Cellar Holes and Early Sites; Houses; Genealogies (from page 230 to 542)., (Order No: 45015 ), $65.00

72. Bouton, Nathaniel (compiled and edited by), PROVINCIAL PAPERS. DOCUMENTS AND RECORDS RELATING TO THE PROVINCE OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE - VOLUMES I TO VII COMPLETE, good, black cloth (hardcover), The first seven volumes complete of the New Hampshire papers, including: Volume I, FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD OF ITS SETTLEMENT; 1623-1686, George E. Jenks, State Printer, Concord, 1867, 629pp (dampstain front board & few pages); Volume II, FROM 1686 TO 1722: BEING PART I, OF THE PAPERS RELATING TO THAT PERIOD, John B. Clarke, State Printer, Manchester, 1868, 764pp (faint dampstain few pages); Volume III, FROM 1692 TO 1722: BEING PART II, OF THE PAPERS RELATING TO THAT PERIOD, John B. Clarke, State Printer, Manchester, 1869, 853pp; Volume IV, FROM 1722-1737 (Boundary Lines between NH and Massachusetts), John B. Clarke, State Printer, Manchester, 1870, 891pp; Volume V,FROM 1738 TO 1749 (inc. Papers Relating to the Expedition Against Louisbourg, 1745), Orren C. Moore, State Printer, Nashua, 1871, 962pp; Volume VI, FROM 1749 TO 1763 (inc. Crown Point Expedition, and the "Seven Years French and Indian Wars," 1755-1762), James M. Campbell, State Printer, Manchester, 1872, 929pp; and, Volume VII, FROM 1764 TO 1776 (inc. Administration of Gov. John Wentworth, event preceeding Revolutionary War; Losses at the Battle of Bunker Hill), Orren C. Moore, State Printer, Nashua, 1873, 799pp. Nice set from vaults of one institution, some edgewear and foxing from storage, clean and tight, and seldom read, if at all., (Order No: 51422 ), $450.00

73. Bouton, Nathaniel (compiled and edited by), PROVINCIAL AND STATE PAPERS. MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS AND RECORDS RELATING TO NEW HAMPSHIRE... - VOLUME X, Edward A. Jenks, Printer, Concord, NH, 1877, 719pp, good, black cloth (hardcover) light rubbing/fading on spine, "AT DIFFERENT PERIODS: INCLUDING; Journal of NH Convention which adopted the Federal Constitution, 1788; Journal of the Convention which revised the State Constitution in 1791-1792; The Great Controversy relating to the "New Hampshire Grants" (so called), 1749 to 1791; including troubles in border towns on both sides of the Connecticut River 1781-1783; Letters &c., of Committe of Safety, 1779 to 1784; Census of 1773; Census of 1786; Appendix, containing copies of Ancient Grants &c., (Order No: 51425 ), $60.00

74. Bouton, Nathaniel (compiled and edited by), PROVINCIAL PAPERS - DOCUMENTS AND RECORDS RELATING TO THE PROVINCE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, FROM 1738 TO 1749: VOLUME V., Orren C. Moore State Printer, Nashua, NH, 1871, 962pp, good++, black cloth (hardcover) fading to spine, "Containing very valuable and interesting records and papers relating to the Expedition against Louisbourg, 1745.", (Order No: 53618 ), $60.00

75. Bouton, Nathaniel (edited by), COLLECTIONS OF THE NEW-HAMPSHIRE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. VII - CONTAINING 1. RECORDS OF THE N.H. COMMITTEE OF SAFETY ..., G. Parker Lyon, Concord, NH, 1863, 442pp, very good, dark brown cloth (hardcover), 2. HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF CHESTER, N.H.; 3. THE VALLEY OF THE MERRIMACK; and, 4. CHANGES IN THE MERRIMACK RIVER., (Order No: 64373 ), $50.00

76. Bouton, Nathaniel (edited by), COLLECTIONS OF THE NEW-HAMPSHIRE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, CONTAINING PROVINCE RECORDS AND COURT PAPERS FROM 1680 TO 1692: ..., McFarland & Jenks, Concord, NH, 1866, 484pp, very good, dark brown cloth (hardcover), "...NOTICES OF PROVINCIAL COUNCILORS, AND OTHER ARTICLES RELATIVE TO THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE STATE. VOL. VIII.", (Order No: 64374 ), $40.00

77. Bowles, Ella Shannon, NEW HAMPSHIRE: ITS HISTORY SETTLEMENT AND PROVINCIAL PERIODS, WPA, Concord, NH, 1938, 188pp, good, wraps (softcover), An uncommon WPA and New Hampshire item. Sponsorded by the New Hampshire Emergency Relief Administration, Works Progress Administration, New Hampshire State Board of Education under the supervision of Elisabeth Robertson Elkins. Read for historical content by Judge Elwin L. Page. New Hampshire State Board of Education Concord, 1938. Prepared as a mimeographed manuscript, this copy has two former library blind-stamps., (Order No: 43689 ), $100.00

78. Bowles, Ella Shannon (introduction by Kenneth Roberts), LET ME SHOW YOU NEW HAMPSHIRE, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1946 3rd ptg, B&W illustrations, 368pp, index, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 64056 ), $15.00

79. Bowman, Walter P., LAKE WENTWORTH: VOLUME I AND VOLUME II [LAKE WENTWORTH, WOLFEBORO, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Lake Wentworth Association, Wolfeboro, NH, (1996), B&W illustrations, very good+, wraps (softcover), Volume I, 194pp and Volume II, 306pp. Comprehensive description and history of those who spent their summers at the lake., (Order No: 60612 ), $45.00

80. Brereton, Charles, NEW HAMPSHIRE NOTABLES - 1986, Peter E. Randall, Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, 1986, B&W illustrations, 213pp, fine, maroon cloth (hardcover) (no dustjacket as published), ISBN 0914339117 "Presenting Biographical Sketches of Men and Women who have helped shape the Character of the Granite State.", (Order No: 43869 ), $7.50

81. Brereton, Charles, PRIMARY POLITICS, Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, 2003, 198pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 1931807175 Provides an understanding of the premier primary by a man who for three decades has covered and observed the New Hampshire primary., (Order No: 57935 ), $7.50

82. Brewster, Charles W., RAMBLES ABOUT PORTSMOUTH. FIRST SERIES. SKETCHES OF PERSONS, LOCLITIES, AND INCIDENTS OF TWO CENTURIES... ( NEW HAMPSHIRE ), pub. by Lewis W. Brewster, Portsmouth, NH, 1873 2nd ed, 381pp, good+, dark brown cloth (hardcover) light edgewear, "...PRINCIPALLY FROM TRADITION AND UNPUBLISHED DOCUMENTS." First published in 1859. "These Rambles ... arenot only wanderings from street to street, from the river to the forest,from the ball room to the cemetery - but are necessarily ramblings from the regular chronological order of history.", (Order No: 49548 ), $45.00

83. Brighton, Ray, RAMBLES ABOUT PORTSMOUTH, Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, (1994), B&W illustrations, 273pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover) signed by author, owners name, ISBN 091581918X A series of essays on the history of this ancient community., (Order No: 46145 ), $20.00

84. Brody, Helen, NEW HAMPSHIRE: FROM FARM TO KITCHEN, Hippocrene Books, New York, (2004), 283pp, fine, wraps (softcover) inscribed by the author, ISBN 0781810213 A unique exploration of New Hampshire farms and their products in 30 profiles and 118 recipes., (Order No: 63147 ), $8.50

85. Brouder, Edward W., GRANITE AND ETHER: A CHRONICLE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE BROADCASTING, NH Assn. of Broadcasters, Bedford, NH, (1993), B&W illustrations, 105pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0963846809 A history of radio in New Hampshire., (Order No: 56628 ), $15.00

86. Brown, Mary E., THE IMPEACHMENT TRIAL OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE SUPREME COURT CHIEF JUSTICE, Lynxfield Publishing, Pittsfield, NH, (2001), B&W illustrations, 368pp, fine, wraps (softcover) signed by the author, ISBN 0970717210 Author was on of the 22 Senators who served as judges and jurors in the impeachment trial of Chief Justice David Brock., (Order No: 56966 ), $6.00

87. Brown, Sanborn C. and Rieser, Leonard M., NATURAL PHILOSOPHY AT DARTMOUTH: FROM SURVEYORS' CHAINS TO THE PRESSURE OF LIGHT, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 1974, B&W illustrations, 127pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 087451102X This is a story of physics and people: how they interacted and how they resolved, each in his own way, the problem of conducting scientific research wihtout scanting the needs of students., (Order No: 50943 ), $14.50

88. Browne, G. Waldo (illustrated by J. Warren Thyng, and Others), THE FRANCONIAN GATEWAY AND REGION OF LOST RIVER - RIVERS OF NEW ENGLAND SERIES, Standard Book Company, Inc., Manchester, NH, 1926 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 155pp, very good, maroon cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 60348 ), $35.00

89. Browne, George Waldo, THE HISTORY OF HILLSBOROUGH NEW HAMPSHIRE 1735-1921: VOLUME ONE HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION AND VOLUME TWO BIOGRAPHY AND GENEALOGY, John B. Clarke Co., Printers, Manchester, NH, 1921 and 1922, B&W illustrations, very good, brown cloth (hardcover) nice clean & tight set, Volume One, History and Description, 567pp; and Volume Two, Biography and Genealogy, 695pp. Two Volume Set Complete., (Order No: 53002 ), $175.00

90. Browne, George Waldo (edited, with introduction, notes and index by), EARLY RECORDS OF THE TOWN OF MANCHESTER FORMERLY DERRYFIELD, N.H. 1829-1835 - VOLUME V OF THE PRINTED RECORDS OF THE TOWN, City Council, Manchester, NH, 1910, 352pp, very good, blue cloth (hardcover), Manchester Historical Collections Volume XII., (Order No: 60664 ), $45.00

91. Bruns, Paul E., A NEW HAMPSHIRE EVERLASTING AND UNFALLEN, Society Protection NH Forest, (1969), B&W illustrations, 96pp, very good, wraps (softcover), "This is a series of historical sketches of some of the summit experiences of the Society." This volume was publised as a triple issue of FOREST NOTES FOR WINTER, SPRING AND SUMMER 1969. Supplement is laid in., (Order No: 60849 ), $14.50

92. Buffum, Francis H. (editor) and Flanders, Alice V. (secretary), NEW HAMPSHIRE AND THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION: A MEMORIAL, The State of New Hampshire, Concord, NH, 1942 2nd ed, B&W illustrations, 317pp, very good+, green cloth (hardcover), A MEMORIAL OF THE SESQUINCENTENNIAL CELEBRATION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE'S PART IN THE FRAMING AND RATIFICATION OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES., (Order No: 46434 ), $20.00

93. Bunker, Victoria (editor), THE NEW HAMPSHIRE ARCHEOLOGIST: VOLUME 35, NUMBER 1 - 1995, NH Archeological Society Inc, 1995, B&W illustrations, 83pp, fine, wraps (softcover), Contents include: Using Historical Archeology to Rewrite the Myth of the "Poor Widow"; The History of Archeology at Strawbery Banke Museum; The History of Archeology of Deer Street, Portsmouth, NH; Native American Ceramics from the Rock's Road Site, Seabrook, NH; and Jasper Flakes and Jack's Reef Points at Adams Point., (Order No: 60021 ), $15.00

94. Burt, F. Allen, MOUNT WASHINGTON COG RAILWAY - WORLD'S FIRST MOUNTAIN CLIMBING COG RAILWAY, MT Washington Cog Railway, Mount Washington, NH, 1980, B&W illustrations, 44pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), Reprinted from the book by R. Allen Burt, THE STORY OF MOUNT WASHINGTON., (Order No: 63715 ), $7.00

95. Burt, Henry M., BURT'S ILLUSTRATED GUIDE OF THE CONNECTICUT VALLEY, New England Publishing Co., Northampton, MA, 1868 (1867) 2nd, B&W ill., fold-out map, 284pp, ads, good, salmon colored cloth w/light edgewear, "CONTAINING DESCRIPTIONS OF MOUNT HOLYOKE, MOUNT MANSFIELD, WHITE MOUNTAINS, LAKE MEMPHREMAGOG, LAKE WILLOUGHBY, MONTREAL, QUEBEC, &c." This guide follows the railroad routes (condensed time tables for 1867 on pages 8 to 18) throught the Connecticut Valley, to "assist the seeker after pleasure to obtain a more perfect knowledge of the grandeur and beauty of Connecticut Valley scenery and that bordering on it. Offered here is the second edition of this fascinating guide. This bookseller owns a First Edition in his own collection, and the First Edition has the copyright date of 1867 on both the title page and the copyright page. The first edition has 281 pages of text, followed by the same ads that appear in the Second Edition. In the first edition, page 281 discusses Brandon, Vermont, and Howe's Scales, pages 281 through 284 in this second edition discuss Missisquoi Springs in Vermont, and a few lines on The Weldon Spring at St. Albans, Vermont. A wonderful title for gaining an appreciation for the "vacation travels" in the Connecticut Valley in the late 1860s., (Order No: 21263 ), $225.00

96. Burt, Henry M. (Editor of The New England Homestead), BURT'S GUIDE THROUGH THE CONNECTICUT VALLEY TO THE WHITE MOUNTAINS AND THE RIVER SAGUENAY, New England Publishing Co., Springfield, MA, 1874, B&W illustrations, 298pp, ads, very good, original clay colored cloth (hardcover), A guide to travel by train up the Connecticut River to the White Mountains and then into Canada. With fares, routes, things to see etc. Some humerous illustrations by Palmer Cox. An exceptionally nice clean and tight copy with fold-out of "The Region of the Mill River Disaster May 16th, 1874" and "The New Steamer C. H. NORTHAM, of the New Haven Line." NOTE - THERE DOES NOT APPEAR TO HAVE EVER BEEN A MAP FRONTIS IN THIS COPY., (Order No: 49564 ), $275.00

97. Buxton, Willis G. (compiled by), HISTORY BOSCAWEN - WEBSTER: FIFTY YEARS 1883 - 1933 (NEW HAMPSHIRE), W. B. Ranney Co., Penacook, NH, 1933, B&W illustrations, 502pp, good. green cloth (hardcover) light wear and fade to cloth, (Order No: 39177 ), $30.00

98. Caduto, Michael J. (illustrated by Adelaide Tyrol), A TIME BEFORE NEW HAMPSHIRE: THE STORY OF A LAND AND NATIVE PEOPLES, Univ. of New Hampshire, Hanover, NH, (2003) 1st ptg, B&W illustrations, 265pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1584651857 "Conveys the culture of the Abenaki and their ancestors.", (Order No: 58130 ), $30.00

99. Calloway, Colin G. (compiled and with an introduction by), NORTH COUNTRY CAPTIVES: SELECTED NARRATIVES OF INDIAN CAPTIVITY FROM VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE, Univ. Press of New England, Hanover, NH, (1992) 2nd ptg, 160pp, fine, wraps (softcover) signed by the author, ISBN 0874515823 The eight narratives selected provide a clearer understanding of the nature of captive taking., (Order No: 56872 ), $7.00

100. Campbell, Catherine H. (with Marcia Schmidt Blaine), NEW HAMPSHIRE SCENERY: A DICTIONARY OF NINETEENTH-CENTURY ARTISTS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE MOUNTAIN LANDSCAPES, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1985), B&W illustrations, 253pp, fine, gray cloth (hardcover) w/pictorial paste-down, ISBN 091465912X "For anyone aspiring to recover the values of the Romantic age in New England there can be no more splendid and insightful record than the works of art recorded in this volume, images of land which in their time and place directly revealed the hand and purposes of the Creator.", (Order No: 34640 ), $25.00

101. Candee, Richard M., BUILDING PORTSMOUTH: THE NEIGHBORHOODS & ARCHITECTURE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE'S OLDEST CITY, Portsmouth Advocates, Inc., Portsmouth, NH, (1996) 3rd ptg, B&W illustrations, 200pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0963453904 Illustrated with contemporary and historic photographs, prints, maps and drawings, this volume offers a rare glimpse into the city's past through the history of its buildings and the people who created them., (Order No: 53872 ), $40.00

102. Carroll, Aileen M., BARTLETT, NEW HAMPSHIRE ... IN THE VALLEY OF THE SACO, Phoenix Publishing, West Kennebunk, ME, (1990), B&W illustrations, 209pp, fine w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914659472, (Order No: 63952 ), $20.00

103. Carroll, Roger, LEBANON, 1761-1994: THE EVOLUTION OF A RESILIENT NEW HAMPSHIRE CITY, Phoenix Publishing, West Kennebunk, ME, (1994), B&W illustrations, 311pp, very good+ w/good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914659715 The author of this chronicle not only has traced and documented more than two hundred years of Lebanon's beginnings and growth, but also gives us an insightful, often humorous, and always authentic account into the reasons for the city's remarkable resiliency and development into an urban area with manufacturing interests, a thriving service economy, as well as being home to one of the nation's foremost medical centers., (Order No: 44706 ), $25.00

104. Carswell, Mary (preface by); MacNeil, Robert (introduction by), MEDAL DAY AT THE MACDOWELL COLONY 1960-1993 - [PETERBOROUGH, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Cobblestone Publishing, n.p., (1994), 64pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 60206 ), $15.00

105. Carter, Buel C. and Gage, George E. (Bank Commissioners), FORTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BANK COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR, JUNE 1886, John B. Clarke, Pub. Printer, Manchester, NH, 1886, 427pp, good, black cloth (hardcover) fading and spotting to cloth, (Order No: 63452 ), $25.00

106. Carter, George Calvin, WALTER KITTREDGE: MINSTREL OF THE MERRIMACK, published by the author, Manchester, NH, 1953, B&W illustrations, 124pp, very good+, light blue cloth (hardcover) signed by the author, Walter Kittredge is most known for "Tenting On the Old Camp Ground.", (Order No: 36832 ), $8.00

107. Carter, N. F.; Fowler, T. L., HISTORY OF PEMBROKE NEW HAMPSHIRE 1730-1895 - VOLUME I AND VOLUME II - TWO VOLUME SET COMPLETE - NO POCKET MAP, Allenstown-Pembroke Bicent., Allenstown & Pembroke, NH, 1976, B&W illustrations, NO map, very good++, maroon cloth (hardcover) in very good slipcase, Quality reprint of the 1895 edition. Volume I - THE HISTORY, 428pp, followed by HISTORY OF PEMBROKE, NEW HAMPSHIRE by John N. McClintock, 208pp, and A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH by Rev. Isaac Willey, 46pp. Volume II - THE GENEALOGIES, 459pp., (Order No: 45361 ), $90.00

108. Chace, J. (actual surveys by), MAP OF HILLSBORO CO. NEW HAMPSHIRE FROM ACTUAL SURVEYS BY J. CHACE, JR. -- [HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Old Maps, West Chesterfield, NH, 1982, B&W and color illustrations, fine maps in good box as printed, The original 1858 Map of Hillsborough County, NH was reproduced on scale on 60 separate sheets. These sheets are in a boxed set., (Order No: 62952 ), $40.00

109. Chamberlain, Allen, THE ANNALS OF THE GRAND MONADNOCK, Soc. Protection NH Forests, Concord, NH, 1936 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 195pp, good, green cloth, (hardcover), First published in 1936. Of all the mountains in New England, no other has the history, the use or the mystique of The Grand Monadock in Southern New Hampshire., (Order No: 56025 ), $17.50

110. Chase, Benjamin, HISTORY OF OLD CHESTER, FROM 1719 TO 1869 [OLD CHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE] - REPRINT IN TWO VOLUMES, COMPLETE, Heritage Books, Inc., Bowie, MD, (1992), 733pp, very good, wraps (softcover) A FEW HIGHLIGHTINGS, ISBN 1556136021 First published in 1869., (Order No: 57211 ), $60.00

111. Chase, Frederick (edited by John K. Lord), A HISTORY OF DARMOUTH COLLEGE AND THE TOWN OF HANOVER NEW HAMPSHIRE (TO 1815), The Vermont Printing Co., Brattleboro, VT, 1928 2nd ed., B&W illustrations, 682pp, fine, green cloth (hardcover) with original kraft paper jacket, Unread copy with largely unopened pages., (Order No: 54793 ), $100.00

112. Chase, Heman, SHORT HISTORY OF MILL HOLLOW: THE EARLY INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF EAST ALSTEAD, NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1753-1968, Heman Chase, Alstead, NH, (1969), B&W illustrations, 115pp, fine, wraps (softcover), Contents include: FIRST PART--EARLIEST TIMES, FROM BOOKS, MAPS, AND TRADITIONS, 1753-1909; SECOND PART--LATER TIMES WITHIN PRESENT MEMORIES, 1909-1968. Much history on the operation of early mills also., (Order No: 48835 ), $10.00

113. Chase, Heman (signed by) (foreword by Lael Wertenbaker), MORE THAN LAND: STORIES OF NEW ENGLAND COUNTRY LIFE AND SURVEYING, William L. Bauhan, Publisher, Dublin, NH, (1975), ill. by Randy Miller, 159pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) inscribed by author, ISBN 0872330311 To these true stories of rural life in Vermont and New Hampshire, Heman Chase brings nearly fifty years of experience as one of the region's best known surveyors. And the people he surveys are as diverse as the upland landscape itself., (Order No: 49107 ), $10.00

114. Child, Hamilton (compiled and published by), GAZETTEER OF CHESHIRE COUNTY, N.H. 1736-1885 (CHESHIRE COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRE), Hamilton Child, Syracuse, NY, 1885 1st ed, B&W illustrations, maps, 560pp & 272pp, good, new leather spine and endpapers (hardcover), Part One (560 pages) is the town histories; Part Two (272pp) is the Business Directory of Cheshire County, N.H. for 1884-'85, (Order No: 40464 ), $100.00

115. Cogswell, Leander W. (new foreword by Francis Lane Childs), HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF HENNIKER, MERRIMACK COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRE, New Hampshire Publ. Co., Somersworth, NH, 1973, B&W illustrations, maps, 808pp, very good, decorated tan cloth (hardcover) bookplate, ISBN 0912274298 Quality reprint of the 1880 edition, limited to 500 copies., (Order No: 48503 ), $80.00

116. Cogswell, Leander W., A HISTORY OF THE ELEVENTH NEW HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY IN THE REBELLION WAR 1861-1865 - [FIRST EDITION], Republican Press Association, Concord, NH, 1891 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 784pp, very good, brown cloth (hardcover) clean and tight copy, "Covering its entire service, with interesting scenes of Army life, and graphic details of battles, skirmishes, sieges, marches, and hardships, in which its officers and men participated." Padded with anecdotes and incidents - many of questionable authenticity - this valorous regiment deserves a better history. [Nevins; CIVIL WAR BOOKS: I, 71]. A nice clean and tight copy., (Order No: 56474 ), $150.00

117. Colby, Solon (chaiman); et al, EARLY MEREDITH - BICENTENNIAL 1968 -- MEREDITH, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Meredith Historical Society, Meredith, NH, 1968, B&W illustrations, 80pp, very good, wraps (softcover), Prepared at the request of the Bi-Centennial Committee, this collection of articles on the history of Meredith were completed "with the aim of helping its celebration to be informative as well as entertaining.", (Order No: 48250 ), $25.00

118. Collins, Ronald W., THE EARLY SETTLERS OF HEBRON, NH 1761-1800 - THEIR GENEALOGICAL HISTORIES AND DESCENDENTS, Collins Publishing, Hebron, NH, 2001, 185pp, good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 63257 ), $20.00

119. Conn, Granville P., HISTORY OF THE NEW HAMSHIRE SURGEONS IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION - [FIRST EDITION], Ira C. Evans Co., Printers, Concord, NH, 1906 1st ed, 558pp, very good, blue cloth (hardcover) clean and tight copy, Detailed biographical sketches of New Hampshire surgeions; arranged by regiments; some data on the regiments themselves [Nevins; CIVIL WAR BOOKS: I, 72]. Very nice clean and tight copy., (Order No: 56470 ), $150.00

120. Conroy, Rosemary G. and Ober, Richard (editors), PEOPLE AND PLACE: SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE FORESTS - THE FIRST 100 YEARS, Soc Protection of NH Forests, Concord, NH, (2001), B&W and color illustrations, 160pp, fine w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0971210209 This book recounts the society's first century of service to the people of New Hampshire conserving the lands of New Hampshire., (Order No: 52855 ), $19.50

121. Corning, Charles Robert (et al), ADDRESSES DELIVERED AT THE OBSERVANCE OF THE CENTENNIAL OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE HISTORICAL SOCIETY SEPTEMBER 27,1923, Published by the Society, Concord, NH, 1923, 71pp, good, maroon cloth spine (hardcover) so light foxing, (Order No: 46697 ), $10.00

122. Corrigan, Rupert E., JEFFERSON NEW HAMPSHIRE BEFORE 1996, Town of Jefferson, Jefferson, NH, (1995), B&W illustrations, 404pp, very good+, green cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 62914 ), $47.50

123. Crapo, Henry (transcribed with annotations and comments by Roger H. Aldrich), TWO YEARS IN THE LIFE OF A SUGAR HILL FARMER - TWO DIARIES KEPT BY WARD COOLEY OF SUGAR HILL 1851 & 1859 - SUGAR HILL, NH, Sugar Hill Historical Museum, Sugar Hill, NH, (1994), B&W illustrations, 129pp, very good, wraps (softcover), "and, A 1938 Monograph by Mr. Henry Crapo about late 19th century life and people in Sugar Hill.", (Order No: 64314 ), $14.50

124. Cummings, O. R., MANCHESTER STREET CARS - [MANCHESTER STREETCARS] IMAGES OF AMERICA [MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, SC, (2000), B&W illustrations, 128pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0738504122 There was a time when streetcars were a vital part of the daily life in Manchester. From 1877 until 1940, horsecars and trolleys glided up and down the principal streets of the Queen City., (Order No: 58079 ), $10.00

125. Cutter, Daniel B., HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF JAFFREY, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Republican Press Association, Concord, NH, 1881 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 649pp, good+, original brown cloth (hardcover) clean and tight copy, "From the Date of the Masonian Charter to the Present Time, 1749-1880; with a Genealogical Register of the Jaffrey familes, and An Appendix Containing the Proceedings of the Centennial Celebration in 1873." Engraved portraits, Albertypes, fold-out map. LIGHT WEAR TOP AND BOTTOM OF SPINE., (Order No: 37181 ), $100.00

126. Daniell, Jere R., COLONIAL NEW HAMPSHIRE: A HISTORY, KTO Press, Millwood, NY, (1990) 2nd ptg, 279pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0527187151 First published in 1981. A comprehensive and thoroughly readable history of New Hampshire's turbulent colonial years., (Order No: 54852 ), $100.00

127. Davis, Jeremy K., LOST SKI AREAS OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS, The History Press, Charleston, SC, (2012) 5th ptg, B&W illustrations, 127pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 9781596294790, (Order No: 64211 ), $9.00

128. Dearborn, Helen E., TOWN HISTORY OF WEARE, NEW HAMPSHIRE FROM 1888, Weare, NH, 1959, B&W ill., map in rear pocket, 305pp, fine, green cloth (hardcover), Uncommon New Hampshire town history., (Order No: 52529 ), $200.00

129. Derry Historic Research Committee (research and written by), FROM TURNPIKE TO INTERSTATE: THE 150 YEARS OF DERRY, NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1827-1977, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1977), B&W illustrations, 252pp, very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914016474 This book records in words and pictures the 150 years of Derry's history since its separation from Londonderry on July 2, 1827., (Order No: 46786 ), $25.00

130. Dodge, J. R., HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY RECORD: A GLIMPSE OF THE BUSINESS AND RESOURCES OF THIRTY-ONE TOWNS - HILLSBOROUGH, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Dodge & Noyes, Nashua, NH, 1853, 156pp, very good, wraps (softcover), A fascinating look at the businesses and resources of Hillsborough County in this pocket-sized guide. Contents include: history; education; academies; banks; county officers, newspapers; Notes of Towns (Amherst, Antrim, Bedford, Bennington, Brookline, Deering, Francistown, Goffstown, Greenfield, Hancock, Hillsborough, Hollis, Hudson, Litchfield, Lyndeborouhg, Manchester, Mason, Merrimack, Milford, Mont Vernon, Nashua, Nashville, New Ispwich, New Boston, Pelham, Peterborough, Sharon, Temple, Weare, Wilton, and Windsor. Page 102 to 156 are GREAT ads from the county's businesses., (Order No: 49243 ), $125.00

131. Doherty, Paul T. (signed by) (illustrations and dust jacket by Michael H. Eastman), SMOKE FROM A THOUSAND CAMPFIRES, Paul T. Doherty, Berlin, NH, (1992) 1st ed, B&W and color illustrations, 441pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) signed by author, The author writes about a lifetime involved with the outdoors. Known to hundreds as The Northwoodsman, he relates stories about people, places, and things in a style unique to his character., (Order No: 49488 ), $90.00

132. Doty, Richard M. (foreword by), GRAPHICS / NEW HAMPSHIRE, NH Visual Arts Coalition, Concord, NH, (1983), B&W illustrations, 47pp, very good, wraps (softcover), Catalogue of a multi-sited exhibition showing the works of New Hampshire artists of work created in the state., (Order No: 42125 ), $25.00

133. Dow, Henry K. (proprietor of The Record Press), NEW HAMPSHIRE REGISTER: BUSINESS DIRECTORY AND STATE YEAR BOOK - NUMBER 136, 1928-1929, The Record Press, Rochester, NH, (1929), 433pp, good, brown cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 63320 ), $20.00

134. Downey, Fairfax, IT HAPPENED IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, Tompson & Rutter Inc., Grantham, NH, (1981), ill. by John W. Sargent, 94pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0936988045 Here are forty-three true, and mostly amusing, short stories passed on by word of mouth to the collector; these tales, mostly from the Dartmouth/Lake Sunapee region, may serve to delineate the New Hampshire spirit., (Order No: 44536 ), $7.50

135. Downs, Charles A., HISTORY OF LEBANON, N.H., 1761-1887 - [LEBANON, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Rumford Printing Co., Concord, NH, 1908 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 459pp, fine, black cloth (hardcover) (bound without map), Mr. Downs came to Lebanon July 5, 1848, as a candidate for the pastorate of the Congregational Church. He was installed as pastor and served the Church for twenty-five years. He served the state as superintendent of public instruction, and the town as selectman, representative, police judge, superintendent of schools, precinct clerk and treasurer, and town clerk, and spent much time and labor in the preparation of this volume., (Order No: 44339 ), $45.00

136. Dryfhout, John H., THIS LAND OF PURE DELIGHT - CHARLES C. BEAMAN AND BLOWMEDOWN FARM, Augustus Saint-Gaudens Mem., Cornish, NH, 2000, B&W illustrations, 127pp, fine, blue cloth (hardcover), ISBN 0967011329 The history of Charles Beaman and his estate in Cornish neighboring the estate of sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens which he originally leased to Saint-Gaudens in 1885. The area ultimately came known to be the Cornish Colony. Limited to 500 copies., (Order No: 56353 ), $30.00

137. Dummer Bicentennial Committee; Holt, Rachel E. (foreword by), HISTORY OF DUMMER NEW HAMPSHIRE 1773-1973, Courier Printing Company, Littleton, NH, 1973, B&W illustrations, 244pp, very good+, maroon cloth (hardcover), Contents include: Early History; Inhabitants, Past and Present; Education and Religion; Our Men in Uniform; Business and Recreation; Town Government; and, Miscellaneous., (Order No: 53001 ), $45.00

138. Eastman, John R. (prepared by), HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF ANDOVER NEW HAMPSHIRE 1751-1906, Rumford Printing Company, Concord, NH, 1910, B&W illustrations, map, good++, green cloth (hardcover) nice clean and tight copy, In two parts: PART I - NARRATIVE, 482 pages, followed by PART II - GENEALOGIES, 450 pages. An very nice copy., (Order No: 48849 ), $85.00

139. Eastman, Rebecca Hooper, THE OTHER HOUSE - [WALPOLE, NEW HAMPSHIRE], published by Amy Abercrombie, New Marshfield, OH, (2007), 155pp, fine, wraps (softcover), Set in Walpole, New Hampshire in 1885, this is the story of the Holdens and the Hoopers, embellished with a fictional love story that will enchant the reader. Popular writer of the 1920's and 30's Rebecca Hooper Eastman tells of a sturdy and idealistic New England clan - high achievers to be sure - with the humor and grace that mark her delightful style., (Order No: 59526 ), $8.00

140. Englehardt, Fred (foreword by), HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 1866-1941 -- [THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE: A HISTORY], Univ. of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, 1941, B&W illustrations, 333pp, good+ w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 60510 ), $8.50

141. Ewald, Richard J. and Mulligan, Adair D., PROUD TO LIVE HERE IN THE CONNECTICUT RIVER VALLEY OF VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE, Conn River Joint Comm., Charlestown, NH, (2003), B&W illustrations, 216pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0972805605, (Order No: 63298 ), $8.00

142. Farmer, John, HISTORICAL SKETCH OF AMHERST NEW HAMPSHIRE - A FACSIMILE OF THE 1837 EDITION, New Hampshire Publishing Co., Somersworth, NH, 1972, 52pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), This pioneer study in local history was first written in 1820, and revised by the author in 1837, authoritatively summarizes the fascinating history of Amherst, New Hampshire., (Order No: 52126 ), $10.00

143. Fineberg, Ellen (project director), FAMILIES FROM AFAR: SETTLING IN PORTSMOUTH 1900-1930 -- [PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Portsmouth Athenaeum, Portsmouth, NH, 1997, B&W illustrations, 24pp, fine, wraps (softcover), Catalogue of the exhibition held September 21 - December 6, 1997 at The Randall Room at the Portsmouth Athenaeum., (Order No: 54194 ), $20.00

144. Forsaith, Carl Cheswell, AUBURN N.H. - AUBURN, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Lew A. Cummings Co., Inc., Manchester, NH, 1970, B&W figures and tables, 380pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), Contents include: Geography and Climate; Indians; The Charter; The Settlers; Growing Pains; Government; Numbers; Inventories of Long-Ago; War; Travel and Trade; Churches; Schools; Griffin Library and Museum; Professions; Associations; Diaries; A Home in the Wilderness; The Farm; Women; Industries; Genealogies., (Order No: 42646 ), $30.00

145. Fredyma, Paul J. and Fredyma, Marie-Louise, A DIRECTORY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE SILVERSMITHS AND THEIR MARKS, published by the authors, Hanover, NH, (1971), 17pp, fine, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 41978 ), $12.50

146. Frink, Helen H., ALSTEAD THROUGH THE YEARS: 1763-1990 - ALSTEAD, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Alstead Historical Society, Alstead, NH, (1992), B&W illustrations, 537pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), Chartered in 1763, the town of Alstead in southwestern New Hampshire was first settled by homesteaders from Massachusetts and Connecticut. Around the height of land at Alstead Center grew up a thriving community soon rivalled by bustling manufacturing villages in Mill Hollow and to the west, beside the Cold River., (Order No: 54782 ), $35.00

147. Frisbee, John (introduction by), BEAUTY CAUGHT AND KEPT: BENJAMIN CHAMPNEY IN THE WHITE MOUNTAINS - HISTORICAL NEW HAMPSHIRE VOL. 51 NO. 3&4 FALL/WINTER, NH Historical Society, Concord, NH, 1996, B&W and color illustrations, p66-p136, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 63015 ), $45.00

148. Frizzell, Martha McD. (and others), SECOND HISTORY OF CHARLESTOWN, N.H.: THE OLD NUMBER FOUR (NEW HAMPSHIRE), Town of Charlestown, N.H., Charlestown, NH, (1955), B&W illustrations, 446pp, very good, green cloth (hardcover), First published in 1955. "Embracing a summary of the early history of the Town from is settlement to 1876 and more particularly developments and events in the Town from 1876 to 1954., (Order No: 37220 ), $40.00

149. Fuller, Mary Lou (cover design and drawings by Jim Dugan; edited by Kay Amsden), A HORSE IN THE LADIES' ROOM, Kalm Publishing, Fitzwilliam, NH, (1997), B&W illustrations, 119pp, very good+, wraps (softcover) signed by the author, ISBN 0965789403 A loving memoir of the trials and brushes with near disaster that go with managing a 175 year old Inn. Mary Lou Fuller brings these experiences and Red Fuller back to us., (Order No: 45137 ), $5.00

150. Garvin, James L., HISTORIC PORTSMOUTH: EARLY PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE COLLECTIONS OF STRAWBERY BANKE, INC. - [PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE], New Hampshire Publishing Co., Somersworth, NH, 1974, B&W illustrations, 144pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0912274328, (Order No: 60703 ), $7.50

151. Gilbert, Alma M. and Tankard, Judith B., A PLACE OF BEAUTY: THE ARTISTS AND GARDENS OF THE CORNISH COLONY, Ten Speed Press, Berkeley, CA, (2000) 1st ptg, B&W and color illustrations, 136pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover) - new copy, ISBN 1580081290, (Order No: 60966 ), $9.50

152. Gilmore, Robert and Ingmire, Bruce, THE SEACOAST, NEW HAMPSHIRE: A VISUAL HISTORY, The Donning Company, Pub., Norfolk, VA, (1989), B&W and color illustrations, 208pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0898657369 Beginning with the early settlements of English colonists in Dover, Hampton, Exeter, and Portsmouth, this book covers pioneering commercial activities such as seafaring, and lumbering which provided a living for the first settlers., (Order No: 47515 ), $50.00

153. Gilmore, Robert C., NEW HAMPSHIRE LITERATURE - A SAMPLER, University of New Hampshire, Hanover, NH, 1981, 340pp, very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0874512107 A Sampler of Writings By: Thomas Bailey Aldrich; Winston Churchill; Donald Hall; Nathaniel Hawthorne; William Dean Howells; Grace Metalious; Samuel Penhallow; May Sarton; and 23 others., (Order No: 49843 ), $6.50

154. Glynn, David A.; LeCain, Erving A. (Bennington Historical Society), A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF BENNINGTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Bennington Historical Soc., Bennington, NH, (1989), B&W illustrations, 178pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), 303 great pictures is a "then and now" history of the small town of Bennington, NH., (Order No: 48283 ), $50.00

155. Goodrich, Nathaniel L., THE WATERVILLE VALLEY: A STORY OF A RESORT IN THE NEW HAMPSHIRE MOUNTAINS, Dartmouth Printing Company, Hanover, NH, (1974), B&W illustrations, 77pp, fine, blue cloth (hardcover), This book tells the story, and conveys something of the individuality, of a valley in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. First published in 1952., (Order No: 42031 ), $12.50

156. Gore, Mrs. Moody P. and Speare, Mrs. Guy E. (collected by), MORE NEW HAMPSHIRE FOLK TALES, Mrs. Guy E. Speare, Plymouth, NH, 1936 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 287pp, good+, brown cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket, (Order No: 60396 ), $14.50

157. Gosselin, Guy A. and Hawkins, Susan B. (foreword by Bradford Washburn) (essay about photographs by Gary Samson), AMONG THE WHITE HILLS: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF GUY L. SHOREY, Peter E. Randall Publishers, Portsmouth, NH, 1998, B&W illustrations, 217pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914339680 A remarkable collection of White Mountain photographs by Guy L. Shorey, spanning a 60 year career., (Order No: 63953 ), $60.00

158. Gould, Denison (edited from the actual book by Harrison C. Baldwin, D.M.D.), "RAINS FINELY TODAY" THE DIARY AND ACCOUNT BOOK OF DENISON GOULD DURING THE YEARS 1817 TO 1865, The Cabinet Press, Inc., Milford, NH, (1974), 128pp, very good+, blue cloth (hardcover) owner's name, A look at ordinary New Hampshire life of the times., (Order No: 60605 ), $15.00

159. Gould, Isaiah (foreword by Thurston Williams), HISTORY OF STODDARD CHESHIRE COUNTY, N. H. FROM THE TIME OF ITS INCORPORATION IN 1774 TO 1854 ..., Thurston Williams, Stoddard, NH, 1971 reprint, map, 139pp, fine, wraps (softcover), "...A period of 80 years. With some sketches from its first settlement in 1768." Reprint of the 1897 publication., (Order No: 44241 ), $14.50

160. Gove, Bill, LOGGING RAILROADS OF THE SACO RIVER VALLEY, Bondcliff Books, Littleton, NH, (2001), B&W illustrations, 141pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 193127102X, (Order No: 64057 ), $25.00

161. Graham, Robert B., THE DARTMOUTH STORY: A NARRATIVE HISTORY OF THE COLLEGE BUILDINGS, PEOPLE, AND LEGENDS, Dartmouth Bookstore, Inc., Hanover, NH, (1990), B&W illustrations, 250pp, fine, wraps (softcover), This is the story of how Dartmouth College came into being more than two hundred years ago in what was then literally a frontier wilderness--and of how it survived to emerge in this century as one of the nation's outstanding institutions of higher learning, as well as a place of rare beauty., (Order No: 47311 ), $15.00

162. Graton, Milton S., THE LAST OF THE COVERED BRIDGE BUILDERS, Clifford-Nicol, Inc., Plymouth, NH, (1980), B&W illustrations, 173pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover) signed by author, The author relates his life and techniques in repairing, rebuilding and completely constructing twenty-two covered bridges. A fascinating study and account of his work mainly with the bridges in New Hampshire and Vermont. First published in 1978., (Order No: 47509 ), $30.00

163. Gregg, Hugh and Gardner, Bill, WHY NEW HAMPSHIRE? THE FIRST-IN-THE-NATION PRIMARY STATE, Resources - NH, Nashua, NH, (2003), 333pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0963761552 A clear, concise, fun-filled and fact-filled picture of the New Hampshire premier primary., (Order No: 57280 ), $20.00

164. Gurney, C. S., PORTSMOUTH: HISTORIC AND PICTURESQUE, Peter E. Randall, Publisher, Hampton, NH, (1981), B&W illustrations, 252pp, fine, pictorial cloth (hardcover), This new edition of C.W. Gurney's PORTSMOUTH HISTORIC AND PICTURESQUE is a facsimile reproduction of the first edition published in 1902. A new preface and introduction has been added, along with portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Gurney, and a complete index originally compiled by the Works Projects Administration., (Order No: 19576 ), $25.00

165. Gurney, C. S., PORTSMOUTH ... HISTORIC AND PICTURESQUE - A VOLUME OF INFORMATION -- [FIRST EDITION], G. S. Gurney, Portsmouth, NH, 1902 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 228pp, good++, green cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 63696 ), $50.00

166. Guyol, Philip N., DEMOCRACY FLIGHTS: A HISTORY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE IN WORLD WAR II, Dartmouth Publications, Hanover, NH, 1951, B&W illustrations, 309pp, good+, maroon cloth (hardcover), Contents include: Part One--Military Aspects; Part Two--Governmental Aspects; Part Three--Economic Aspects; Part Four--Cultural Aspects., (Order No: 44690 ), $12.50

167. Hackett, Frank W., 1645-1656 PORSTMOUTH RECORDS, orig pub 1886, 76pp, very good+, red buckram cloth (hardcover), A TRANSCRIPT OF THE FIRST THIRTY FIVE PAGES OF THE EARLIEST TOWN BOOK PORTSMOUTH NEW HAMPSHIRE WITH NOTES. A reprint Produced by the Photoduplication Program of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Massachusetts., (Order No: 49007 ), $45.00

168. Hadley, Alice M., WHERE THE WINDS BLOW FREE: DUNBARTON NEW HAMPSHIRE, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1976), B&W illustrations, 256pp, very good w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914016334 The history of Dunbarton has been preserved by Alice Hadley, a loving resident, "as a memorial to the town in which I spent my life.", (Order No: 42034 ), $25.00

169. Hale, Salma, ANNALS OF THE TOWN OF KEENE, FROM ITS SETTLEMENT, IN 1734, TO THE YEAR 1790... [ KEENE, NEW HAMPSHIRE ], J. W. Prentiss and Company, Keene, NH, 1851, fold-out map in rear, 120pp, very good, brown spine, marbled bds (hardcover) light edgewear, "...WITH CORRECTIONS, ADDITIONS, AND A CONTINUATION, FROM 1790 TO 1815." Howes H-35, first published in 1826, and this enlarged edition covering to 1815 was published in 1851 with one internal map on page 29 and a fold-out map in the rear. A nice clean and tight copy and nice fold-out map with no tears., (Order No: 50399 ), $65.00

170. Hamilton, Henry S., REMINISCENCES OF A VETERAN, Republican Press Association, Concord, NH, 1897 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 180pp, good, red cloth (hardcover) light edgewear, Author, born about 1836 in England, came to the US and joined the Army, first in the West and then during the Civil War. A member of the band in the Third Regiment New Hamphire National Guard, he was mustered out in early 1862 and married and settled in NH., (Order No: 52188 ), $65.00

171. Hammond, Isaac W. (compiled and edited by), STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE ROLLS OF THE SOLDIERS IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, MAY, 1777, TO 1780 - VOLUME II OF WAR ROLLS, Parsons B. Cogswell, Printer, Concord, NH, 1886, 847pp, good, black cloth (hardcover) EX-LIB, old hinge repairs, "WITH AN APPENDIX, EMBRACING NAMES OF NEW HAMPSHIRE MEN IN MASSACHUSETTS REGIMENTS." Volum II of Wall Rolls, Volume XV of the Series. "This volume contains the rolls of the soldiers who served in the Revolutionary war from this state from May, 1777, to January, 1789, so far as the same are in the archives of the state, or could be obtained elsewhere by the editor.", (Order No: 49135 ), $175.00

172. Hammond, Isaac W. (compiled and edited by), STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. ROLLS AND DOCUMENTS OF THE SOLDIERS IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR FOUR VOLUME SET COMPLETE-SERIES VOLS 14-17, good, black cloth (hardcover) light edgewear, Volumes XIV, XV, XVI, and XVII of the series; and Volumes I, II, III, and IV of the War Rolls. Complete set comprising: Volume I, ROLLS OF THE SOLDIERS IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, 1775, TO MAY, 1777; WITH AN APPENDIX, EMBRACING DIARIES OF LIEUT. JONATHAN BURTON., Parsons, B. Cogswell, State Printer, Concord, NH, 1885, 799pp; Volume II, ROLLS OF THE SOLDIERS IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, MAY, 1777, TO 1780: WITH AN APPENDIX, EMBRACING NAMES OF NEW HAMPSHIRE MEN IN MASSACHUSETTS REGIMENTS, Parsons B. Cogswell, State Printer, Concord, NH, 1886, 847pp; Volume III, ROLLS AND DOCUMENTS RELATING TO SOLDIERS IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, WITH AN APPENDIX, EMBRACING SOME INDIAN AND FRENCH WAR ROLLS, John B. Clarke, Public Printer, Manchester, NH, 1887, 1021pp; and, PART I. ROLLS AND DOCUMENTS RELATING TO SOLDIERS IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR. PART II. MISCELLANEOUS PROVINCIAL PAPERS, FROM 1629-1725, John B. Clarke, Public Printer, Manchester, NH, 1889, 819pp., (Order No: 51428 ), $500.00

173. Hammond, Isaac W. (edited by), COLLECTIONS OF THE NEW-HAMPSHIRE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. VOLUME 9, Ira C. Evans, Concord, NH, 1889, 440pp, very good, dark brown cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 64375 ), $40.00

174. Hammond, Otis G., NOTICES FROM THE NEW HAMPSHIRE GAZETTE 1765-1800, Hunterdon House, Lambertville, NJ, (1970), 246pp, very good+, red buckram cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 3094 ), $15.00

175. Hancock, Frances Ann Johnson (edited by Ruth Ayres-Givens), SAVING THE GREAT STONE FACE: THE CHRONICLE OF THE OLD MAN OF THE MOUNTAIN, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1985) 2nd ptg, B&W illustrations, 183pp, very good+ w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914659022 First published in 1984. Here in poetry, prose, and pictures is the remarkable saga of the Profile, written by a remarkable and sensitive woman who wanted to share her love and appreciation for this world-famous natural wonder., (Order No: 15609 ), $30.00

176. Harkness, Marjory Gane (edited by), THE FISHBASKET PAPERS: THE DIARIES, 1768-1823 OF BRADBURY JEWELL, ESQUIRE OF TAMWORTH, DURHAM AND SANDWICH NEW HAMPSHIRE, Richard R. Smith Publishers, Peterborough, NH, (1963), B&W illustrations, 236pp, good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) EX-LIB with usual markings, A fascinating account of life, in both the Seacoast and Lakes Region of New Hampshire, during the last years of Colonial times and the early years of the Republic., (Order No: 44894 ), $15.00

177. Harkness, Marjory Gane, "A BROOK OF OUR OWN" - A FEW NOTES FROM THE FILES OF A MOUNTAIN REAL ESTATE OFFICE, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1946 2nd ptg, 200pp, good w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 64043 ), $10.00

178. Harrer, John A., REVEREND ABIEL ABBOT OF PETERBOROUGH NEW HAMPSHIRE 1765-1859, Thomas Todd Company, Boston, MA, 1978, 149pp, very good+, blue cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 57218 ), $10.00

179. Harriman, Walter, THE HISTORY OF WARNER NEW HAMPSHIRE FOR ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-FOUR YEARS FROM 1735 TO 1879, Republican Press Association, Concord, NH, 1879, B&W illustrations, 581pp, good, black cloth (hardcover) repaired split in spine, (Order No: 37452 ), $100.00

180. Harriman, Walter (new foreword by Emil W. Allen), THE HISTORY OF WARNER, NEW HAMPSHIRE, FOR ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-FOUR YEARS, FROM 1735 TO 1870, New England History Press, Somersworth, NH, 1975, B&W ill., map in rear pocket, 607pp, good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), A quality reprint of the 1879 edition., (Order No: 52982 ), $35.00

181. Hawkins, Charles "Frankie" (inscribed by the author), PLACES BY THE RIVER - THE NATIVES CALLED IT JERICO, Liebl Printing Company, Colebrook, NH, 1989 1st ptg, B&W illustrations, 252pp, very good+ w/very good dustjacket (hardcover) author signed, "To quote from the 1929 Centennial program, Jericho was once a suburb of old Berlin [New Hampshire], then called Berlin Falls, about three miles northwest on the Grand Trunk Railway. This was a large territory in what was called Dead River Valley where lumbering operations were the mainstay of the economy.", (Order No: 49104 ), $45.00

182. Haynes, Martin A. (Private of Company I), HISTORY OF THE SECOND REGIMENT NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS: ITS CAMPS, MARCHES AND BATTLES, Charles F Livingston Printer, Manchester, NH, 1865, 224pp, good+, original cloth new spine w/orig laid back on (hardcover), "One of the better-written personal narratives; Haynes had a keen sense of observation and included many personal experiences in this unit history." Nevins, CIVIL WAR BOOKS: A CRITICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY, Volume I, page 102. Nice clean and tight copy. We had our binder rebuild the book block with a new cloth spine with the original laid back on., (Order No: 40437 ), $150.00

183. Haynes, Tom (edited by), SACRED AND SECULAR: HISTORIC MEETINGHOUSES AND CHURCHES OF THE MONADNOCK REGION, Hist Society of Cheshire Cty, Keene, NH, 2006, B&W illustrations, 88pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 09724478655, (Order No: 62689 ), $10.00

184. Hayward, William Willis, THE HISTORY OF HANCOCK NEW HAMPSHIRE 1764-1889, Vox Populi Press, Lowell, MA, 1889 1st ed, B&W illustrations, map, 1070pp, very good, black cloth (hardcover) owner's names, Nice clean and tight copy., (Order No: 64120 ), $150.00

185. Head, Natt (Adjutant General), REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE FOR THE YEAR ENDING MAY 20, 1865: VOLUME I AND VOLUME II, Amos Hadley, State Printer, Concord, NH, 1865, good+, wraps (softcover), Volume I, 747pp; and, Volume II, 856pp. Bound in original printers wraps. These volumes cover the statistics of the New Hampshire regiments in the Civil War. A nice clean and tight set., (Order No: 52944 ), $185.00

186. Head, Natt (Adjutant, Inspector and Quartermaster General), REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 1, 1867, George E Jenks State Printer, Concord, NH, 1867, 123pp, good, dark brown cloth (hardcover), Further statistics on the men, units and regiments of New Hampshire men in the War Between the States., (Order No: 56635 ), $60.00

187. Heald, Bruce D., FOLLOW THE MOUNT - SIXTH EDITION - HISTORIC REVIEW, published by the author, Meredith, NH, 1976 6th ed, B&W illustrations, 112pp, good, wraps (softcover), First published in 1968. The story of the M/S MOUNT WASHINGTON that sails Lake Winnipesaukee., (Order No: 54900 ), $5.00

188. Heald, Bruce D., STEAMBOATS IN MOTION, Winnipesaukee Flagship Corp., Meredith, NH, 1984, B&W illustrations, 104pp, very good, wraps (softcover), The author has collected the pictures and information of steamboating on Lake Winnipesaukee that collectors have sought., (Order No: 55936 ), $20.00

189. Heald, Bruce D., BOATS AND PORTS OF LAKE WINNIPESAUKEE: VOLUME II - IMAGES OF AMERICA, Arcadia Publishing, Dover, NH, (1998), B&W illustrations, 128pp, fine, wraps (softcover) OWNER'S BOOKPLATE, ISBN 075241206X, (Order No: 60351 ), $15.00

190. Heald, Bruce D., NEW HAMPSHIRE AND THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, The History Press, Charleston, SC, (2013), B&W illustrations, 128pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 9781626190993, (Order No: 64202 ), $9.50

191. Heald, Bruce D., GYPSIES OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS - HISTORY OF A NOMADIC CULTURE, The History Press, Charleston, SC, (2012), B&W illustrations, 125pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 9781609498245, (Order No: 64207 ), $12.50

192. Heald, Bruce D. (signed by the author), MAIL SERVICE ON THE LAKE - LAKE WINNIPESAUKEE, NEW HAMPSHIRE -- REVISED EDITION, Winnipesaukee Flagship Corp., 2000 4th ptg, B&W illustrations, 96pp, fine, wraps (softcover) signed by the author, (Order No: 64239 ), $10.00

193. Heald, Bruce D., LAKES AND PONDS OF THE GRANITE STATE - [NEW HAMPSHIRE] - IMAGES OF AMERICA, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, SC, (2000), B&W illustrations, 128pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 073850498X, (Order No: 64247 ), $10.00

194. Hebert, Ernest (text by); Fox, Jon Gilbert (photographs by), NEW HAMPSHIRE PATTERNS, Univ. Press of New England, Hanover, NH, (2007), color illustrations, 138pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1584655259, (Order No: 62722 ), $12.00

195. Henniker History Committee, THE ONLY HENNIKER ON EARTH -- [HENNIKER, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1980), B&W ill., 3 maps laid-in, 357pp, very good, gray cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket, (Order No: 60662 ), $20.00

196. Hill Historical Society, SUPPLEMENT TO HILL VILLAGE ON THE PEMIGEWASSET -- [HILL, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Hill Historical Society, Hill, NH, 1993, B&W illustrations, 64pp, very good, wraps (softcover), "Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the relocation of the village of Hill, New Hampshire.", (Order No: 60826 ), $10.00

197. Hill, Evan (text by); MacEachran, David (photographs by), A GREENER EARTH, Soc. Protection NH Forests, Concord, NH, 1977, B&W illustrations, 128pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), A History of the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests with chronology and photographs of many of our states outstanding forests., (Order No: 47651 ), $7.50

198. Hill, Ralph Nading (edited by), THE COLLEGE ON THE HILL: A DARTMOUTH CHRONICLE, Dartmouth Publications, Hanover, NH, (1964), B&W illustrations, 357pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), This affectionate chronicle of the College on the hill, magnificently illustrated with lithographs, engravings and photographs, will captivate the far flung clan of Dartmouth, educators, and the general public alike., (Order No: 42039 ), $12.50

199. History Committee of the Stoddard Historical Society, THE HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF STODDARD NEW HAMPSHIRE: FORMERLY KNOWN AS MONADNOCK NO. 7 AND LIMERICK, Stoddard Historical Society, Stoddard, NH, (1993) 2nd ptg, B&W illustrations, maps, 351pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), First published in 1974. Formerly known as Monadnock No. 7 and Limerick, From its incorporation on Nov. 4,1774 to 1974. This edition has been limited to 1000 numbered copies, of which this is copy number 514. Contributors to the history have drawn heavily upon the notes of the late Charles L. Pierce as well as Gould's original history, official town records, State Papers, old diaries, newspaper articles and recollections of former residents., (Order No: 44806 ), $30.00

200. History Committee - Mrs. E. George Warren; James Putnam; George Parker; Bessie Holt; Fia Brown, THE HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF LYNDEBOROUGH NEW HAMPSHIRE - 1905-1955, Published by the Town, Lyndeborough, NH, (1958), B&W illustrations, 229pp, good+, maroon cloth (hardcover) lacks front free endpaper, A sequel to the first Town History, this book covers the town's history from 1905 through 1955., (Order No: 46458 ), $100.00

201. Hodges, George, HOLDERNESS: AN ACCOUNT OF THE BEGINNINGS OF A NEW HAMPSHIRE TOWN - [FIRST EDITION], Houghton, Mifflin and Co., Boston, 1907 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 102pp, very good, green cloth, teg (hardcover), (Order No: 18637 ), $40.00

202. Holman, Howard C. (edited by Kay Amsden), THE COUNTRY MAIL BAG, Fitzwilliam Historical Soc., Fitzwilliam, NH, (1996) 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 74pp, fine, spiral bound wraps (softcover) signed by the author, "A native of Fitzwilliam, N.H. recalls a country lifetime, including 40 years as an R.F.D. postman.", (Order No: 58277 ), $20.00

203. Honness, Elizabeth, THE SPY AT TORY HOLE, Regional Ctr Educ. Training, Hanover, NH, 1975, ill. by Pamela Distler, 58pp, good w/chipped dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0915892030 Set in Claremont, New Hampshire in 1776, a thirteen-year olf boy and his cousin find themselves caught up in the war when they are captured by Tory spies., (Order No: 37846 ), $5.00

204. Hopkins, Arthur W., PEP, PILLS AND POLITICS - AN ODYSSEY OF TWO STATES, The Vermont Printing Company, Brattleboro, VT, 1944, B&W illustrations, 239pp, good, green cloth (hardcover), Author was a doctor in West Swanzey, New Hampshire., (Order No: 60564 ), $5.00

205. Hoskins, E. B., HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF LYMAN NEW HAMPSHRE, n.p., n.p., orig pub 1903, B&W illustrations, 149pp, fine, blue buckram cloth (hardcover), Quality reprint of the 1903 original edition with the history starting with the "exploring part of 1754.", (Order No: 48127 ), $75.00

206. Howe, Lois Lilley, THE COL. ROBERT MEANS HOUSE AT AMHERST NEW HAMPSHIRE - WHITE PINE SERIES: VOLUME XIII - NUMBER 5, Russell F. Whitehead, New York, 1927, B&W illustrations, p98-p120, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 53945 ), $15.00

207. Howells, John Mead, THE ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE OF THE PISCATAQUA: HOUSES AND GARDENS OF THE PORTSMOUTH DISTRICT OF MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE, Architectural Book. Pub. Co., New York, (1965), 301 figures with description, 16pp text, very good w/lightly worn dustjacket (hardcover), First published in 1937., (Order No: 1737 ), $10.00

208. Howells, John Mead (introduction by William Lawrence Bottomley), THE ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE OF THE PISCATAQUA - HOUSES AND GARDENS OF THE PORTSMOUTH DISTRICT OF MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE, Architectural Book Pub. Co., New York, (1937) 1st ed, 301 B&W plates, unpaginated, good+, grey cloth w/light edgewear (hardcover) (no dustjacket), Previous owner's name/signature, Nancy V. McClelland, (the decorative arts historian) on the front free endpaper, (Order No: 23496 ), $25.00

209. Hoyt, Joseph Bixby, THE BAKER RIVER TOWNS, Vantage Press, New York, (1990) 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 373pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0533083974 This area of New Hampshire was first settled in 1764., (Order No: 41170 ), $20.00

210. Hunt, Elmer Munson, NEW HAMPSHIRE TOWN NAMES - AND WHENCE THEY CAME, Noone House, Peterborough, NH, (1970), 282pp, good+ w/lightly worn dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0872330095 Now for the first time, the sources of New Hampshire's town names have been documented in book form., (Order No: 41091 ), $15.00

211. Hunt, Elmer Munson; Smith, Robert A., HISTORICAL NEW HAMPSHIRE NOVEMBER 1950 - THE ENGLISH BACKGROUND OF SOME OF THE WENTWORTH TOWN GRANTS, NH Historical Society, Concord, NH, 1950, B&W illustrations, 52pp, very good+, wraps (softcover) owner's name, (Order No: 63667 ), $12.50

212. Hunt, Elmer Munson (Director), HISTORICAL NEW HAMPSHIRE APRIL 1951 - THE MARTHA DURGIN COLLECTION OF HISTORIC CHINA AT THE N.H. HISTORICAL SOCIETY, NH Historical Society, Concord, NH, 1951, B&W illustrations, 19pp, very good+, wraps (softcover) owner's name, (Order No: 63668 ), $20.00

213. Hunt, Glenn A.; Belletete, Homer J.; Gordon, George W. (Jaffrey Bicentennial Committee), SOUVENIR PROGRAM OF THE BICENTENNIAL OF THE TOWN OF JAFFREY NEW HAMPSHIRE 1773-1973, Anniversary Committee, Jaffrey, NH, 1973, B&W illustrations, 84pp, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 63790 ), $25.00

214. Hunt, James K. (edited and compiled by) (with additional chapters by William Teschek and William H. Jones), HAMPTON VITAL RECORDS AND GENEALOGY 1889-1986 -- HISTORY OF HAMPTON NEW HAMPSHIRE 1638-1988: VOLUME FOUR, Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, 1988, 681pp, very good+, blue cloth (hardcover), ISBN 0914339249, (Order No: 60836 ), $85.00

215. Jackson, James R., HISTORY OF LITTLETON NEW HAMPSHIRE - VOLUME I: ANNALS -- ONLY THIS VOLUME, University Press, Cambridge, MA, 1905, B&W illustrations, 771pp, good++, green cloth (hardcover), Nice clean and tight volume I of the three volume set. This volume is complete unto itself., (Order No: 52889 ), $85.00

216. Jaffrey History Committee, HISTORY OF JAFFREY NEW HAMPSHIRE - NARRATIVE AND GENEALOGICAL: VOLUME FOUR, published by the town, Jaffrey, NH, (2000), B&W illustrations, 625pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 60832 ), $75.00

217. Jager, Ronald and Jager, Grace, PORTRAIT OF A HILL TOWN: A HISTORY OF WASHINGTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1876-1976, Washington History Committee, Washington, NH, (1977), color frontis, B&W ill., 571pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), Contents include -- Part One: The Age of the Abandoned Farm, 1876-1900; Part Two: The Age of the Automobile, 1900-1950; Part Three: An Age of Growth, 1950-1976; Part Four: Sidelights; Appendixes; Sources and Notes; Index., (Order No: 46251 ), $30.00

218. Jager, Ronald and Jager, Grace, NEW HAMPSHIRE - AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE GRANITE STATE, Windor Publications, Inc., Woodland Hills, CA, (1983) 1st ed, B&W and color illustrations, 248pp, very good w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0897810694 "Accomplishing the nearly impossible, Ronald and Grace Jager have distilled more than three and a half centuries of history into a concentrated yet refreshing essence. Taking as their subject the whole of New Hampshire's development, from the days of the Penacooks to our own, the finished product is far more than a mere condensation of historical data.", (Order No: 48137 ), $10.00

219. Jager, Ronald and Krone, Sally, "...A SACRED DEPOSIT" THE MEETINGHOUSE IN WASHINGTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE - COMMEMORATING TWO HUNDRED YEARS, Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, (1989), B&W illustrations, 116pp, fine, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 60009 ), $10.00

220. Jobe, Brock (editor), PORTSMOUTH FURNITURE: MASTERWORKS FROM THE NEW HAMPSHIRE SEACOAST, Univ. Press of New England, Hanover, NH, (1993) 1st ed, B&W photos, 14 color plates, 454pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0874516080 First comprehensive study of the defining characteristics of Portsmouth furniture from 1670 to 1840. Essays on Portsmouth history, furniture production in the 18th and early 19th centuries, and entries for 117 individual objects. Published by the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, Boston. The hardcover was published just a short time, and then followed by this softcover printing., (Order No: 7420 ), $175.00

221. Jones, Elizabeth Orton (editor) and Anderson, C. W. (special advisor), IN COMMEMORATION OF THE TWO HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE INCORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF MASON, N.H., 1768-1968, Mason Historical Society, Mason, NH, 1968, B&W illustrations, 206pp, good+, green cloth (hardcover), This book is in commemoration of the Two Hundredth Anniversary of the incorporation of the town of Mason which shares its southern boundary with the State Line between Massachusetts and New Hampshire., (Order No: 46392 ), $25.00

222. Keene History Committee, "UPPER ASHUELOT" A HISTORY OF KEENE, NEW HAMPSHIRE, City of Keene, Keene, NH, (1968), B&W illustrations, 728pp, good w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 36578 ), $15.00

223. Kenison, Arthur M., AN ELECTRIFYING HISTORY: PUBLIC SERVICE CO. OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, Oak Manor Publishing, Inc., Manchester, NH, (2004), B&W illustrations, 168pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0974736104, (Order No: 64208 ), $25.00

224. Kent, Charles N., HISTORY OF THE SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT, NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, 1862-1863 - [FIRST EDITION], The Rumford Press, Concord, NH, 1898 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 325pp, good++, blue cloth (hardcover) light edgewear, A padded history of a regiment that never left New Hampshire's borders. [Nevins; CIVIL WAR BOOKS: I, 117]. Clean and tight copy with some very light edgewear to the blue cloth., (Order No: 56476 ), $100.00

225. Keyes, Donald D. (exhibition curator); Campbell, Catherine H.; McGrath, Robert L.; and Wallace, R. Stuart (contributing autors), THE WHITE MOUNTAINS: PLACE AND PERCEPTIONS, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, (1980), B&W and color illustrations, 150pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0874511909 Catalogue of the exhibition. Contents include: A Social History of the White Mountains; Perceptions of the White Mountains: A General Survey; The Real and the Ideal: Popular Images of the White Mountains., (Order No: 59411 ), $7.50

226. Kidd, Coburn, JAFFREY ROADS AND STREETS 1773-1980 - [JAFFREY, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Jaffrey Historical Society, Jaffrey, NH, 1982, 365pp, good+, spiral bound wraps (softcover), (Order No: 59033 ), $40.00

227. Kimball, Webster and The Hudson History Committee, WEBSTER'S HISTORY OF HUDSON NEW HAMPSHIRE 1673 - 1913 AND TOWN IN TRANSITION: HUDSON NEW HAMPSHIRE 1913 - 1977 - TWO VOLUME SET, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1977), B&W illustrations, fine, blue cloth spines (hardcover) in very good+ slipcase, ISBN 091401644X WEBSTER'S HISTORY OF HUDSON NEW HAMPSHIRE 1673 - 1913, Facsimile of the original edition published in 1913, 648pp; and, ISBN 0914016458 TOWN IN TRANSITION: HUDSON NEW HAMPSHIRE 1913-1977, 233pp, (Order No: 62234 ), $200.00

228. Kingsbury, Frank Burnside, HISTORY AND GENEALOGICAL REGISTER OF THE TOWN OF LANGDON, SULLIVAN COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRE..., Fall Mountain Printing, Charlestown, NH, 1976 2nd ptg, B&W ill. with folding map, 777pp, very good, salmon colored cloth (hardcover), "...FROM THE DATE OF ITS SEVERANCE FROM WALPOLE AND CHARLESTON FROM 1787 TO 1930." Genealogy section begins on page 263. First published in 1932., (Order No: 46104 ), $60.00

229. Kingsbury, Frank Burnside, HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF SURRY CHESHIRE COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRE - FROM DATE OF SEVERENCE FROM GILSUM AND WESTMORELAND 1769-1922, Published by the Town, Surry, NH, 1925, fold-out map, 1064pp, very good, faded green cloth (hardcover), "...WITH A GENEALOGICAL REGISTER AND MAP OF THE TOWN.", (Order No: 64121 ), $120.00

230. Kingsbury, Frank Burnside, HISTORY AND GENEALOGICAL REGISTER OF THE TOWN OF LANGDON SULLIVAN COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRE ..., Right Printing Co., Inc., White River Junction, VT, 1932, maps, 777pp, good+, brown cloth (hardcover), "...FROM THE DATE OF ITS SEVERENCE FROM WALPOLE AND CHARLESTOWN FROM 1787 TO 1930 WITH A MAP OF THE TOWN.", (Order No: 64165 ), $100.00

231. Knoblock, Glenn A., NEW HAMPSHIRE COVERED BRIDGES - IMAGES OF AMERICA, Arcadia Publishing Co., Charleston, SC, (2002), B&W illustrations, 128pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0738510521, (Order No: 64224 ), $9.00

232. Kocsis, Daniel J., LETTERS FROM VETERANS -- [ST. JOSEPH'S JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL, MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE], St. Joseph's Junior HS, Manchester, NH, n.d. c2006, fine, spiral bound wraps (softcover, A collection of letters writing in response to student's letters to veterans thanking them for the sacrifices they made. This was an English class assignment., (Order No: 62758 ), $20.00

233. Kreek, Cassandra; Kreek, Emily K.; and Relihan, Ian D. (edited by), TOO MUCH WATER TOO MUCH RAIN: THE STORY OF THE ALSTEAD FLOOD - [ALSTEAD, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Publishing Works, Exeter, NH, 2006 1st ptg, color illustrations, 166pp, very good+ w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1933002987 The Cold River flood of October 9, 2005, was perhaps the greatest natural disaster ever to affect the Town of Alstead, New Hampshire. This bookseller and his late-wife housed and helped one victim who lost absolutely everything he owned., (Order No: 60710 ), $10.00

234. Ladd, Alexander H., ALEXANDER H. LADD'S GARDEN BOOK 1888-1895 - A 19TH CENTURY VIEW OF PORTSMOUTH - THE MOFFATT-LADD HOUSE PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Penobscot Press, (1996), B&W illustrations, 180pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0897251032, (Order No: 62419 ), $12.50

235. Lambert, Peter, AMOS FORTUNE: THE MAN AND HIS LEGACY, Amos Fortune Forum, Jaffrey, NH, 2000, B&W illustrations, 53pp, very good+, wraps (softcover) - owner's name, Brought as a slave from Africa, Amos Fortune purchased his own liberty and that of his wives, was a successful tanner and became one of 18th century Jaffrey, New Hampshire's most prominent citizens., (Order No: 52348 ), $25.00

236. Lancaster, Daniel, THE HISTORY OF GILMANTON -- [GILMANTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE / GILFORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Belmont Historical Society, (1969), 304pp, very good+, brown cloth (hardcover), Originally published in 1845. "Embracing the Proprietary, Civil, Literary, Ecclesiastical, Biographical, Genealogical, and Miscellaneous History, from the First Settlement to the Present Time; including what is now Gilford, to the time it was Disannexed.", (Order No: 55146 ), $35.00

237. Land, Loretta Churney, HIRAM HITCHCOCK'S LEGACY: THE HISTORY OF THE MARY HITCHCOCK MEMORIAL HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1980), B&W illustrations, 148pp, very good+ w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914016660 Chronicles the story of this unique nursing school until its closing in 1980., (Order No: 38271 ), $7.00

238. Langley, Florence, GLIMPSE OF THE PAST: A HISTORY OF WILMOT, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1986), B&W illustrations, 174pp, fine w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914659219, (Order No: 37296 ), $60.00

239. Langley, Florence, WHEN SCHOOL BELLS RANG: THE HISTORY OF THE WILMOT, NEW HAMPSHIRE SCHOOLS, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1976), B&W illustrations, 71pp, good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914016342 Fascinating documentation of the founding, growth, and eventual closing of the many schools operated in Wilmot, New Hampshire., (Order No: 37607 ), $15.00

240. Langley, Florence, WITH PRAYER AND PSALM: A HISTORY OF THE WILMOT, NEW HAMPSHIRE CHURCHES, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1981), B&W illustrations, 67pp, very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914016776 The story of Wilmot's churches over a period of almost two hundred years., (Order No: 49271 ), $12.00

241. Lapham, Donald A., FORMER WHITE MOUNTAIN HOTELS: A PICTORIAL COLLECTION WITH BRIEF HISTORICAL DATA, Carlton Press, Inc., New York, (1975), B&W illustrations, 62pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 080620026X In this little volume, author Donald A. Lapham takes a nostalgic and affectionate look, aided by many beautiful pictures, of popular resorts and hotels in the White Mountain region in New Hampshire dating back to shortly after the turn of the 19th Century., (Order No: 52694 ), $45.00

242. Laskaris, Maria (editor), HITTING THE HIGH NOTES - OPERA NORTH: THE FIRST 25 SEASONS, Opera North, Lebanon, NH, (2007), color illustrations, 90pp, fine, wraps (softcover), History of this opera group in Lebanon, New Hampshire., (Order No: 56899 ), $25.00

243. Laufman, Dudley and Nash, Corinne, DICK RICHARDSON: OLD TIME NEW HAMPSHIRE FIDDLER, Blue Inkwell Press, Keene, NH, (1992), B&W illustrations, 69pp, very good, wraps (softcover) faded spine, (Order No: 64261 ), $14.50

244. Lawson, Russell M., THE ISLES OF SHOALS IN THE AGE OF SAIL - A BRIEF HISTORY, The History Press, Charleston, SC, (2007), B&W illustrations, 124pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 9781596292031, (Order No: 64203 ), $10.00

245. Lehr, Frederic B., CARROLL NEW HAMPSHIRE: THE FIRST TWO HUNDRED YEARS - 1772-1972, Frederic B. Lehr, New Hampshire, [1971], B&W illustrations, 96pp, very good, wraps (softcover), "This brief account of some of the significant happenings in the town's history was written, basically, to have available for the celebration of Carroll's Bicentennial in 1972, a story of the town's beginning, its development and present position, and a look at its possible future." Many great chapters and photos of the railroad and summer resort era of the area., (Order No: 46372 ), $9.00

246. Lehtinen, Alice E. E., HISTORY OF JAFFREY NEW HAMPSHIRE - NARRATIVE AND GENEALOGICAL VOLUME THREE, Published by the Town, Jaffrey, NH, 1971, B&W illustrations, 577pp, very good+ w/very good dustjacket (hardcover) owner inscription, "Volumes I and II of THE HISTORY OF JAFFREY dealt, for the most part, without heroic age, the shaping of a town from a primeval wilderness. The present volume incorporates contempory history over which time and distance have not yet cast a golden haze." This volume covers from the 1930s to the 60s., (Order No: 40505 ), $40.00

247. Leonard, Levi W.; and Seward, Josiah L. (continued and additional chapters to 1917, by), THE HISTORY OF DUBLIN, N.H. [DUBLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Published by the Town, Dublin, NH, 1920, B&W illustrations, 1018pp, very good, maroon cloth (hardcover), Howes L-263, first published in 1855 this is the enlarged edition. Also, "Containing the Address by Charles Mason, and the Proceedings at the Centennial Celebration, June 17, 1852, with a Register of Families." This copy previously owned by Robb Sagendorph, Dublin, NH, founder of YANKEE MAGAZINE., (Order No: 56932 ), $75.00

248. Lessard, Betty; Babin, Holly, PICTURING MANCHESTER: A SELECTION OF IMAGES FROM THE MANCHESTER HISTORIC ASSOCIATION - [MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Manchester Historic Assn., Manchester, NH, (1997), B&W illustrations, 90pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0966088107, (Order No: 64187 ), $10.00

249. Lessels, Allen, LIVE FREE, DRIVE FAST - BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE NEW HAMPSHIRE INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY, Plaidswede Publishing, Concord, NH, (2006), B&W illustrations, 196pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0975521683, (Order No: 56605 ), $8.50

250. Livermore, Thomas L., HISTORY OF THE EIGHTEENTH NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS 1864-5 - [FIRST EDITION], The Fort Hill Press, Boston, MA, 1904 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 124pp, good, blue cloth (hardcover) some spotting to boards, Col. Livermore used the diaries of six men in preparing this brief summary, but the bulk of the text came from the OFFICIAL RECORDS... [Nevins; CIVIL WAR BOOKS: I, 121], (Order No: 56477 ), $100.00

251. Londonderry Historical Society (compiled by), EARLY LONDONDERRY: TIDBITS AND HISTORICAL SKETCHES - VOLUME V, Royal Press, Manchester, NH, (1975), B&W illustrations, 108pp, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 64236 ), $25.00

252. Long, Stephen (editor), NEW HAMPSHIRE'S FORESTS, NEW HAMPSHIRE'S PEOPLE - 100 YEARS OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE TIMBERLAND OWNERS ASSOCIATION, NH Timberland Owners Assn., Concord, NH, (2011), B&W illustrations, 99pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 9780978659929, (Order No: 62439 ), $20.00

253. Lord, John King; Goldthwait, J. W. (appendix by), A HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF HANOVER, N. H.; WITH AN APPENDIX ON HANOVER ROADS, The Dartmouth Press, Hanover, NH, 1928, B&W illustrations, 339pp, good+, green cloth (hardcover) nice clean and tight copy, Nice clean and tight copy., (Order No: 55390 ), $35.00

254. Lord, Myra B. (a facsimile of the 1899 edition with a new foreword by J. Duane Squires), A HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF NEW LONDON, MERRIMACK COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRE, New Hampshire Publishing Co., Somersworth, NH, 1972, B&W illustrations, 776pp, very good, tan cloth spine (hardcover) owner's name, ISBN 0912274158 To those interested in genealogy, Mrs. Lord's comprehensive studies of families and their records are a basic source for research. To those concerned with the rise of New London as one of the leading summer recreation towns of the state, Mrs. Lord's chapter on how this aspect of the community began will lead a student into fascinating bypaths. To those aware of the rise of pluralism in American church life, Mrs. Lord's book has many fruitful suggestions to offer., (Order No: 45421 ), $50.00

255. Lunt, Anne D. (editor), A HISTORY OF TEMPLE NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1768-1976, William L. Bauhan Publisher, Dublin, NH, 1976, B&W illustrations, 906pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0872330400 "Rather, it seeks to tell the story of Temple from the time of its first settlement until the present day. The new history is prompted by the nation's bicentennial observance, 1975-76; it was commissioned by the Historical Society of Temple, and co-sponsored by the Temple American Revolution Bicentennial Committee. It has been more than three years in the making. Compiled, written, and edited almost entirely by citizens of Temple, this work has been prepared especially for the people of this town, present and future, who wish to learn of the life of their village.", (Order No: 29256 ), $60.00

256. Lyford, James Otis (new foreword by Leon W. Anderson), HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF CANTERBURY NEW HAMPSHIRE 1727-1912 - TWO VOLUMES IN ONE - FACSIMILE OF THE 1912 EDITION, Canterbury Historical Soc., Canterbury, NH, 1973, B&W illustrations, fine w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), Quality reprint of the original two volumes in one volume: Volume I, 498pp; Volume II, 449pp. Maps in rear pocket. This reprint limited to 300 copies., (Order No: 50473 ), $50.00

257. Lyford, James O. (Chairman Board of Bank Commissioners), ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF BANK COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE FOR THE YEAR ENDING AUGUST 31, 1918, Evans Printing Company, Concord, NH, 1918, 400pp, good++, black cloth (hardcover), Nice clean and tight, and apparently unused copy., (Order No: 52931 ), $15.00

258. Lyford, James O. (Chairman, Board of Bank Commissioners), ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF BANK COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1921, Evans Printing Co., Concord, NH, 1921, 478pp, very good, black cloth (hardcover) light fade to spine, Nice clean and tight and apparently unread copy., (Order No: 52932 ), $15.00

259. Lyford, James O. (editor), HISTORY OF CONCORD NEW HAMPSHIRE - VOLUME I AND VOLUME II - TWO VOLUME SET COMPLETE, The Rumford Press, Concord, NH, (1903), B&W illustrations, 2 vols, 1477pp, very good, rebound in tan buckram cloth (hardcover), "From the Original Grant in Seventeen Hundred and Twenty-Five to the Opening of the Twentieth Century." An exceptionally nice clean and tight set that was rebound in 1978., (Order No: 56416 ), $115.00

260. MacRury, Elizabeth Banks (SIGNED BY), FOOTSTEPS OF PRIDE TO THE PAST - 1774-1974 THE FIRST 200 YEARS WAKEFIELD, NEW HAMPSHIRE, published by the author, Wakefield Corner, NH, (1987) 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 1153pp, very good, pictorial red boards (hardcover) EX- LIB, "A collection of historical happenings from the first 200 years of the Town's brilliant History." More than 1400 illustrations, contents include: interesting notes, the railroad, schools, churches, organizations, Opera House, Ice Business, and much more. A massive book!!!, (Order No: 48129 ), $125.00

261. March, Arthur F., FRANCONIA AND SUGAR HILL - [NEW HAMPSHIRE] - IMAGES OF AMERICA, Arcadia Publishing, Dover, NH, (1997), B&W and color illustrations, 128pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0752408453, (Order No: 64243 ), $9.00

262. Martin, Alan W., THE HARLEY WALTER PRENTISS FAMILY OF WALPOLE AND DREWSVILLE, NEW HAMPSHIRE, published by the author, Burke, VA, 1992, 185pp, index, very good, spiral bound wraps (softcover), Contents include: Prentiss Family Tree; Prentiss and Hogg; Samuel Prentiss Civil War Records; Harley Prentiss Civil War Records; Walker; Roberts; Moore; Slade; Kingsbury; White; and Clark. Some pages intentionally left blank., (Order No: 49069 ), $65.00

263. Martin, Richard A., THE ONLY MILL IN TOWN: THE STORY OF THE PAIL- MAKING INDUSTRY IN RICHMOND, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Friends of Historic Richmond, Richmond, NH, (1995) 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 149pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), A story of five generations of Martins, and their mills since 1765., (Order No: 59465 ), $25.00

264. Martin, Rodger (executive editor), THE MONADNOCK READER, Monadnock Writer's Group, Peterborough, NH, (1990), 226pp, fine, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 59328 ), $11.50

265. Marvin, Carolyn, HANGING RUTH BLAY: AN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY NEW HAMPSHIRE TRAGEDY, The History Press, Charleston, SC, (2010), B&W illustrations, 125pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 9781596298279, (Order No: 64222 ), $9.00

266. Mary Butler Chapter - Daughters of American Revolution, Laconia, New Hampshire, OLD MEREDITH AND VICINITY - [MEREDITH, NEW HAMPSHIRE], The Rumford Press, Concord, NH, (1926), B&W illustrations, 114pp, very good+, blue cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 60203 ), $60.00

267. Mayo, Lawrence Shaw, THREE ESSAYS: AN APPRECIATION WITH A BIBLIOGRAPHY, The Merrymount Press, Boston, MA, 1948, 94pp, very good, blue cloth, teg (hardcover), One of 300 copies. Essays include: "There Was a Boy;" The White Mountains in Three Centuries; and, The Land of Granite Habits., (Order No: 54733 ), $15.00

268. McAvoy, George E., AND THEN THERE WAS ONE: A HISTORY OF THE HOTELS OF THE SUMMIT AND THE WEST SIDE OF MT. WASHINGTON, The Crawford Press, Littleton, NH, 1988, B&W and color illustrations, 356pp, very good+, wraps (softcover) signed by the author, ISBN 096306473X The story of the Town of Bretton Woods renamed Carroll and of the five great hotels of the Town., (Order No: 44537 ), $12.00

269. McCaffery, Robert Paul, ISLANDS OF DEUTSCHTUM: GERMAN-AMERICANS IN MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE AND LAWRENCE, MASSACHUSETTS, 1870-1942, Peter Lang, New York, (1996), 254pp, fine, pictorial boards (hardcover), ISBN 0820433381, (Order No: 64061 ), $60.00

270. McFarland, Henry, SIXTY YEARS IN CONCORD AND ELSEWHERE. PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF HENRY MCFARLAND. 1831-1891, Privately Printed, Concord, NH, 1899 1st ed, 343pp, very good+, green cloth spine, teg (hardcover), (Order No: 61230 ), $20.00

271. McGregor, Charles, HISTORY OF THE FIFTEENTH REGIMENT NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS 1862-1863, Fifteenth Regiment Assn., n.p., 1900 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 624pp, very good, blue cloth (hardcover) nice clean and tight copy, "A photograph-laden study that is half statistical and half narrative; several primary sources were used in the diary-like presentation; the 15th New Hampshire spent its one year of service in Louisiana." Nevins, CIVIL WAR BOOKS, Volume I, page 125., (Order No: 60033 ), $115.00

272. McKenney, Ross; Emerson, Natt W.; Titcomb; Bud: et al, MOOSILAUKE RAVINE LODGE: 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1939-1989 [WARREN, NEW HAMPSHIRE], 1989, B&W illustrations, 175pp, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 62399 ), $20.00

273. McLeod, Van, THREE CENTURIES OF NEW HAMPSHIRE FURNITURE MAKING, NH Furniture Masters Assn., Concord, NH, 1999, B&W and color illustrations, 36pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), "New Hampshire Furniture Masters Association Fourth Annual Exhibition and Auction." Essay entitled "Generation to Generation: New Hampshire's Furniture-Making Tradition;" followed by biographies of the furniture- makers and then the pieces on exhibit., (Order No: 51738 ), $17.50

274. Mead, Edgar T., THROUGH COVERED BRIDGES TO CONCORD: A RECOLLECTION OF THE CONCORD & CLAREMONT RR (NH) - [NEW HAMPSHIRE], The Stephen Greene Press, Brattleboro, VT, 1970, B&W illustrations, 56pp, good w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0828901155 Old maps and records claim there really was an independent railroad between Claremont and Concord in New Hampshire, and there are a few oldtimers who maintain to this day that steam-producing machines and wooden carriages full of country neighbors connected Newport, Bradford, and Warner with far-away places like Boston., (Order No: 43559 ), $12.50

275. Meader, J. W., THE MERRIMACK RIVER; ITS SOURCE AND ITS TRIBUTARIES, B. B. Russell, Boston, MA, 1869 1st ed, folding map has tear on side, 307pp, good++, green cloth (hardcover) nice clean and tight copy, "Embracing A History of Manufactures, and of the Towns Along its Course; Their Geography, Topography, and Products, with a Description of the Magnificnet Natural Scenery About its Upper Waters.", (Order No: 61536 ), $40.00

276. Merrell, Margaret, et. al., SHELBURNE NEW HAMPSHIRE - ITS FIRST TWO HUNDRED YEARS 1769-1969, Smith & Town Printers, Berlin, NH, 1969, B&W illustrations, 62pp, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 62465 ), $12.50

277. Merrifield, Richard F., MONADNOCK JOURNAL, The Countryman Press, Taftsville, VT, (1975), ill. by Nora S. Unwin, 108pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914378090 Richard Merrifield finds the universal in the commonplace, and clues to immortality in the simple pleasures of being alive., (Order No: 51001 ), $6.00

278. Merrill, Georgia Drew (new foreword by J. Duane Squires), HISTORY OF CARROLL COUNTY NEW HAMPSHIRE 1889, Picton Press, Camden, ME, 1991, B&W illustrations, 987pp, very good, light green cloth (hardcover), ISBN 0912274131 An exact reprint of the 1889 edition published by W. A. Ferguson & Co., Boston. Nice clean and tight copy., (Order No: 36800 ), $45.00

279. Merrill, Pauline Swain and Gowan, John C. (revised and edited by Peter Lauzier), A SMALL GORE OF LAND: A HISTORY OF NEW HAMPTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE FOUNDED IN 1777, NH Town History Committee, New Hampton, NH, 1977, B&W illustrations, 254pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), A history of New Hampton from its beginnings through the early 1940s. This copy lacks the supplemental laid in maps., (Order No: 39910 ), $25.00

280. Merrill, Richard, CALLS FROM THE GRANITE STATE - STORIES BY RICHARD MERRILL, John Daniel & Company, Santa Barbara, CA, 1997, 127pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1880284227 These stories are about working-class people in - or from - New Hampshire and about the strong bonds of family and the tenacity of roots that are planted in granite soil., (Order No: 51690 ), $8.00

281. Meryman, Richard (and signed by), THE DUBLIN LAKE CLUB: A CENTENNIAL HISTORY - [DUBLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Dublin Lake Club, Dublin, NH, (2001), B&W illustrations, 358pp, very good, green cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 64040 ), $175.00

282. Metayer, A. I., DELIVER US... A RELIGIOUS CULT VERSUS RICHMOND, NEW HAMPSHIRE: AN INNOCENT TOWN, Richmond Historical Society, Richmond, NH, (2013), 189pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 9780988350335 Inspired by true events of the attempted take-over of a small New Hampshire town by a radical religious cult., (Order No: 64209 ), $20.00

283. Metcalf, Henry Harrison (edited by), MEMORIAL OF HON. HARRY BINGHAM, LL.D.: LAWYER, LEGISLATOR, AUTHOR, Privately Printed, Concord, NH, 1910, B&W illustration, 505pp, very good, green cloth, teg (hardcover), Contents include: Biographical Sketch; Press Tributes; Bar Eulogies; Political Writings; Legislative Service; Addresses; Argument; Correspondence; Appreciation., (Order No: 40047 ), $20.00

284. Metcalf, Henry Harrison (editor), PROBATE RECORDS OF THE PROVINCE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE: VOL. 3 1741-1749 - STATE PAPERS SERIES VOL. 33, The Rumford Press, Concord, NH, 1915, 815pp, good+, black cloth (hardcover) faded spine, (Order No: 53581 ), $60.00

285. Metcalf, Henry Harrison (revised and republished from The Argus-Champion), SULLIVAN COUNTY RECOLLECTIONS - [SULLIVAN COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRE], The Argus Press, Newport, NH, 1926, 140pp, very good, maroon cloth (hardcover) couple pencil underlines, (Order No: 63468 ), $10.00

286. Mevers, Frank C. (editor), GUIDE TO THE MICROFILM EDITION OF THE PAPERS OF JOSIAH BARTLETT (1729-1795), New Hampshire Historical Soc, Concord, NH, 1976, N&W frontis, 71pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0874511321 Although Josiah Bartlett practiced medicine during all of his adult life, he also played an important role in the creation of the new nation. As a delegate to the Continental Congress, he signed both the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Confederation. He served in New Hampshire's legislature, as a justice on state courts, in the state convention that ratified the Federal Constitution, and as president and governor of the state. In addition, he was the principal founder of the New Hampshire Medical Society. This is a guide to the more than 3,000 extant papers of Josiah Bartlett, edited in seven rolls of microfilm., (Order No: 43631 ), $7.50

287. Mevers, Frank C. (editor), THE PAPERS OF JOSIAH BARTLETT, Univ. Press of New England, Hanover, NH, 1979, 477pp, good+ w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0874511682, (Order No: 63764 ), $27.50

288. Millen, Ethel Rock (compiled by for the Lebanon Historical Society), HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF EARLY LEBANON NEW HAMPSHIRE, The Reporter Press, Canaan, NH, 1965 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 194pp, very good, wraps (softcover), A nicely done collection of sketches of this community., (Order No: 53832 ), $35.00

289. Mitchell, Harry Edward (compiled by with Bartlett, Lawton, Tebbetts, Carpenteer, Kinney & Hanson), EXETER & HAMPTON NEW HAMPSHIRE - CENSUS & BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1908, Heritage Books, Inc., Bowie, MD, 1979, 256pp, ads, fine, green cloth (hardcover), ISBN 0917890159 Quality reprint of the 1908 edition. Majority of the book is the History of Exeter (page 5-84) and History of Hampton (page85-112); followed by the business directory and census., (Order No: 49292 ), $20.00

290. Moore, Jacob B., ANNALS OF THE TOWN OF CONCORD IN THE COUNTY OF MERRIMACK, AND STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, FROM ITS FIRST SETTLEMENT..., Merrimack County Savings Bk., Concord, NH, (1970) reprint, 112pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), "...IN THE YEAR 1726, TO THE YEAR 1823. WITH SEVERAL BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES. TO WHICH IS ADDED A MEMOIR OF THE PENACOOK INDIANS." A reprint of the 1824 edition., (Order No: 46156 ), $5.00

291. Morgan, William, MONADNOCK SUMMER: THE ARCHITECTURAL LEGACY OF DUBLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE, David R. Godine, Boston, (2011), B&W illustrations, 160pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 9781567924220, (Order No: 64135 ), $10.00

292. Morison, George Abbot (Narrative); and Smith, Etta M. (Genealogies), HISTORY OF PETERBOROUGH NEW HAMPSHIRE: BOOK ONE - NARRATIVE; AND BOOK TWO - GENEALOGIES - TWO VOLUME SET COMPLETE, Richard R. Smith Publisher, Rindge, NH, 1954, B&W illustrations, 2 vols, 1386pp, very good, red cloth (hardcover), BOOK ONE - NARRATIVE by George Abbot Morison, 660 pages, notes; and, BOOK TWO - GENEAOLOGIES by Etta M. Smith., (Order No: 28002 ), $125.00

293. Morley, Linda, THE WESTERN REGIONS, NEW HAMPSHIRE: A VISUAL HISTORY, The Donning Company Pub., Norfolk, VA, (1989), B&W and color illustrations, 224pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0898657342 The scope of the book encompasses those parts of the state that border on the Connecticut River as well as the Monadnock and Sunapee regions., (Order No: 47514 ), $14.50

294. Morrison, Ishbel, THE KNOT OF LOVE - [NELSON, NEW HAMPSHIRE}, R. L. Dothard Associates, Brattleboro, VT, 1969, B&W illustrations, 110pp, very good, wraps (softcover), This is Maurie's story told in her own way with the flavor and simplicity of her Scottish background., (Order No: 45134 ), $25.00

295. Morrison, L. A., HISTORY OF WINDHAM IN NEW HAMPSHIRE 1719 - 1883 AND RURAL OASIS: HISTORY OF WINDHAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1883 - 1975, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1975), B&W illustrations, fine, brown cloth spines (hardcover) in very good+ slipcase, ISBN 0914016199 Two Volume Set. Volume One is a reprint of Leonard A. Morrison's THE HISTORY OF WINDHAM IN NEW HAMPSHIRE (ROCKINGHAM COUNTY). 1719-1883 ... WITH THE HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF ITS FIRST SETTLERS AND THEIR DESCENDANTS, first published in 1883, 862pp. The second volume, RURAL OASIS, covers the history of Windham from 1883 through 1975, 240pp., (Order No: 54540 ), $100.00

296. Moses, George H. (compiled and edited by), NEW HAMPSHIRE MEN. A COLLECTION OF BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES ..., New Hampshire Publishing Co., Concord, NH, 1893, B&W illustrations, 408pp, good, brown cloth, aeg (hardcover) light edgewear to cloth, "... WITH PORTRAITS, OF SONS AND RESIDENTS OF THE STATE WHO HAVE BECOME KNOWN IN COMMERCIAL, PROFESSIONAL, AND POLITICAL LIFE.", (Order No: 52307 ), $35.00

297. Motter, Persis C.; Smith, Marjorie Whalen (foreward by), MEMORIES OF SULLIVAN - A NEW HAMPSHIRE VILLAGE, Sullivan Bicentennial Comm., Sullivan, NH, 1976, B&W illustrations, good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 63879 ), $15.00

298. Mudge, John T. B. (compiled and edited by), THE OLD MAN'S READER: HISTORY & LEGENDS OF FRANCONIA NOTCH, The Durand Press, Etna, NH, (1995), B&W illustrations, 212pp, good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0963356038, (Order No: 63690 ), $5.00

299. Musgrove, Richard W., HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF BRISTOL GRAFTON COUNTY NEW HAMPSHIRE IN TWO VOLUMES - TWO VOLUME SET COMPLETE, Published by the author, Bristol, NH, 1904 1st ed, B&W illustrations, very good, maroon cloth (hardcover) EX-LIB old spine number, Volume I - ANNALS, 570pp; Volume II - GENEALOGIES, 527pp. Nice clean, bright and tight set with folding maps., (Order No: 44206 ), $125.00

300. Musgrove, Richard W. (new foreword by Charles E. Greenwood), HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF BRISTOL NEW HAMPSHIRE - GRAFTON COUNTY - REPRINT OF THE TWO VOLUMES IN ONE, New Hampshire Publishing Co., Somersworth, NH, 1976, B&W ill., map in rear pocket, good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), Reprint of the 1904 two volumes, in one. Volume I: Annals, 570pp; and, Volume II: Genealogies, 527pp., (Order No: 52624 ), $75.00

301. Nadeau, Ronald and Nadeau, Paul (forward by), GRANITE WINGS: A HISTORY OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE AIR NATIONAL GUARD 1947-1998, The Minuteman Fund, Newington, NH, (1998), B&W and color illustrations, 112pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover) owner's name, The guard's first drill was held at Grenier Field, Manchester in 1947. With more than 100 photographs, interviews and other material this book follows the guards history to 1998. Included is a list of members from 1947-1988., (Order No: 56506 ), $25.00

302. Nelson, Charles B. (compiled and written by) - signed by author, HISTORY OF STRATHAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1631-1900 - ONE OF 300 COPIES, New Hampshire Publishing Cio, Somersworth, NH, 1965, B&W illustrations, 308pp, good, red cloth (hardcover) signed by the author, Contents include: Squamscot from 1631-1716; Olden Times; Mason Claims; Post Office; Taverns; Bridging the Squamscot--Ferrys--Lottery Bridge; Startham Hill; Samuel Lane Diary; Manufacturing, Mills, Shops, Railroad, Car Lines; Farming; Sulphur Springs--Throat Distemper; The Stratham Community Church, Excerpts from the Congregational Society Redcordbooks; Baptists and others; Stratham in the Wars; Witchcraft and Slavery; Schools; Old Family Cemeteries; Excerpts from Exeter Newsletter, 1870-1880; Town Affairs; Libraries; Stratham Families; Bibliography., (Order No: 45271 ), $45.00

303. New Hampshire Federation of Women's Clubs, AN ANTHOLOGY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE POETRY, The Clarke Press, Manchester, NH, (1938) 2nd ed, 208pp, good w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 64190 ), $12.50

304. Newell, Arthur E., BIOLOGICAL SURVEY OF THE LAKES AND PONDS IN SULLIVAN, MERRIMACK, BELKNAP AND STRAFFORD COUNTIES - NEW HAMPSHIRE, New Hampshire Fish and Game, Concord, NH, 1977, 270pp, very good, wraps (softcover), Survey Report No. 8b., (Order No: 49816 ), $17.50

305. Newman, Doris Nelson and Wasasier, Harry W. (edited by Ronald G. Whitney), A SUPPLEMENT TO THE HISTORY OF GOSHEN, N.H. [AN UPDATING OF WALTER R. NELSON'S HISTORY OF GOSHEN, N.H.], Goshen Historical Society, Goshen, NH, (1976), B&W illustrations, 128pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), Contents include: Echoes of the Past; and, Goshen Happenings 1955-1975., (Order No: 62856 ), $75.00

306. Noyes, Harriette Eliza (compiled by), A MEMORIAL OF THE TOWN OF HAMPSTEAD, NEW HAMPSHIRE... AND A MEMORIAL HISTORY OF HAMPSTEAD, NEW HAMPSHIRE - TWO VOLUME SET, George B. Reed, Boston, MA, 1899 & 1903, B&W illustrations, very good, rebound in gray cloth (hardcover), Volume I, "Historic and Genealogic Sketches. Proceedings of the Centennial Celebration, July 4th, 1849. Proceedings of the 150th Anniversary of the Town's Incorporation, July 4th, 1899, 1899, 469pp; and, Volume II, "Congregational Church 1752-1902, With an Appendix to Vol. I., 1903, 832pp. The majority of Volume II is sketches and genealogies of the church members., (Order No: 55937 ), $175.00

307. Noyes, Harlan A. (with assistance from the Dunbarton Historical Awareness Committee), WHERE SETTLERS' FEET HAVE TROD: A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF DUNBARTON'S OLD HOMES AND STRUCTURES [DUNBARTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Published by the Town, Dunbarton, NH, (2004), B&W and color illustrations, 239pp, fine w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 63670 ), $35.00

308. O'Meara, Kathy (edited by), REMEMBER WHEN ... A COLLECTION OF OLD PHOTOGRAPHS OF WOLFEBORO, N.H. [NEW HAMPSHIRE], Wolfeboro Chamber of Comm., Wolfeboro, NH, (1976), sepia toned illustrations, 196pp, very good, wraps (softcover) couple small creases front cover, A bicentennial project of the Wolfeboro Chamber of Commerce., (Order No: 60262 ), $7.50

309. Oakes, William, SCENERY OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS: WITH SIXTEEN PLATES, FROM THE DRAWINGS OF ISAAC SPRAGUE, Yesteryear Publishing Co., Mount Holly, NJ, (1986), B&W illustrations, very good++, brown cloth (hardcover), William Oakes' SCENERY OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS is one of New England's original classics. This edition reproduces the 1848 book in exacting detail., (Order No: 28722 ), $85.00

310. Ortakales, Denise (signed by) (illustrated by Robert Crawford), THE LEGEND OF THE OLD MAN OF THE MOUNTAIN, Sleeping Bear Press, Chelsea, MI, (2004), color illustrations, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover) signed by author, ISBN 1585362360, (Order No: 64303 ), $10.00

311. Page, Elwin L., ABRAHAM LINCOLN IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, MA, 1929, B&W illustrations, 165pp, good, gray paper covered boards (hardcover) wear to boards, (Order No: 63504 ), $50.00

312. Page, John F. (introduction by), THE DECORATIVE ARTS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE: A SESQUICENTENNIAL EXHIBITION, N.H. Historical Society, Concord, NH, 1973, B&W illustrations, 64pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), Catalogue of exhibition held June 28, 1973 to September 29, 1973 of ceramics, furniture, glass, metals, paintings, silver and textiles., (Order No: 61538 ), $12.00

313. Pappas, Joan and Kendall, A. Harold, HAMPSHIRE POTTERY MANUFACTURED BY J. S. TAFT & COMPANY KEENE, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Forward's Color Productions, Manchester, VT, 1971, 21 color plates, fine, sprial bound hard boards (hardcover), Descriptions on pages facing plates. Three page history of the company preceeds the plates., (Order No: 23579 ), $12.50

314. Parker, Benjamin Franklin (new foreword by Clayton M. Wallace), HISTORY OF WOLFEBOROUGH NEW HAMPSHIRE - HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF WOLFEBOROUGH NEW HAMPSHIRE, Wolfeboro Historical Soc., Wolfeboro, NH, 1974, B&W illustrations, maps, 599pp, very good, (hardcover) no dustjacket, A facsimile of the 1901 edition., (Order No: 44802 ), $25.00

315. Parker, Edward E., HISTORY OF BROOKLINE - FORMERLY RABY - HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY NEW HAMPSHIRE - WITH TABLES OF FAMILY RECORDS AND GENEALOGIES, Published by the Town, Brookline, NH, [1988] 2nd ed, B&W illustrations, 664pp, very good+, dark blue cloth (hardcover), Reprint of the History of Brookline, New Hampshire originally published in 1914., (Order No: 50705 ), $45.00

316. Parsons, Charles S. (text by), THE DUNLAPS & THEIR FURNITURE, Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, NH, (1970), over 100 B&W ill., 310pp, good+, wraps (softcover), Definitive. Exhibition held 6 August to 13 September, 1970. Text provides extensive research on the Dunlaps and early New Hampshire cabinetmaking. Extensive appendices, and a transcription of Major John Dunlap's Account book. Franklin 2319., (Order No: 6028 ), $30.00

317. Parsons, Charles S., NEW HAMPSHIRE CLOCKS & CLOCKMAKERS, Adams Brown Co., Exeter, NH, 1976 1st ptg, over 550 B&W illustrations, 356pp, good+ w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover) signed by the author, ISBN 0917900006 First published in 1976. Charles S. Parsons has generously shared his twenty-five years of research with society. His rare talents, combining historical and technical insights with superb photographic skills and documentary writing, have provided this important and comprehensive book. He has spent years detailing movements; discovering types unique to New Hampshire; and researching the makers and their relationship to each other., (Order No: 16858 ), $150.00

318. Parsons, Charles S., NEW HAMPSHIRE SILVER, Adams Brown Company, Warner, NH, (1983), B&W illustrations, 141pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0917900014 Charles S. Parsons retired in 1964 to undertake the research of New Hampshire craftsmen on a full time basis. NEW HAMPSHIRE SILVER has evolved out of this legacy of over 30 years of research in New Hampshire artisans., (Order No: 36130 ), $150.00

319. Perreault, Robert B., FRANCO-AMERICAN LIFE & CULTURE IN MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE - VIVRE LA DIFFERENCE, The History Press, Charleston, SC, (2010), B&W illustrations, 144pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 9781596298972, (Order No: 64212 ), $12.00

320. Peterborough Historical Society, OUR CHANGING TOWN - PETERBOROUGH 1939-1989 - TWO VOLUME SET COMPLETE, Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, 1996, B&W illustrations, fine w/fine dustjackets (hardcover) no slipcase - bookplates, This two volume history chronicles the changes in Peterborough over 50 years, culminating in 1989 when the town celebrated its 250th anniversary. Volume I, Narrative, 879pp, discusses the evolution of the community from an agricultural and textile manufacturing area to light industry, and shows how Peterborough developed into the cultural hub of the region. Volume II, Genealogies and Maps, 474pp, provides maps and genealogies for reasearch., (Order No: 42512 ), $100.00

321. Pettingell, Charles I., QUAKERISM IN THE PISCATQUA, 1945, 31pp, good, wraps (softcover), "A Historical Address delivered before The Piscataqua Pioneers at Exeter, New Hampshire August 7, 1945., (Order No: 51221 ), $25.00

322. Pickett, Gertrude M., PORTSMOUTH'S HEYDAY IN SHIPBUILDING - PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Joseph G. Sawtelle, Publ., n.p., 1979, B&W illustrations, 123pp, good, wraps (softcover) signed by author and publisher, This book tells the story of the shipyards that flourished in the Customs District of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, between 1840 and 1860. This was the era of sailing ships that sailed with increasing speed and confidence between American and China and Europe, bringing fame and wealth to shipping lines, shipyards, sea captains, and to Portsmouth., (Order No: 52863 ), $11.50

323. Pinder, Eric, LIFE AT THE TOP: WEATHER, WONDER & HIGH CUISINE FROM THE MOUNT WASHINGTON OBSERVATORY, Hobblebush Books, Brookline, NH, (2009), B&W illustrations, 184pp, fine, wraps (softcover) inscribed by the author, ISBN 9780980167269, (Order No: 64206 ), $6.00

324. Piotrowski, Thaddeus (edited by), THE INDIAN HERITAGE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE AND NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND, McFarland & Co., Inc. Pub., Jefferson, NC, (2002), 221pp, fine, pictorial boards (hardcover) owner's name label, ISBN 0786410981, (Order No: 63766 ), $45.00

325. Potter, Chandler E., THE MILITARY HISTORY OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 1623-1861, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, ME, 1972, 401pp, index, very good++, maroon buckram cloth (hardcover), ISBN 0806305142 Originally printed in two parts: Part 1: "Adjutant General's Reports, Part 1 of Volume 2, Concord, 1866; and, Part 2 Adjutant Generals's Reports, Part 2, Manchester, 1868. This reprint also includes a biographical sketch of the author, Chandler E. Potter, first published in 1869. This reprint has indexes added that were prepared by the Staff of the New Hampshire Historical Society. Original title page reads: " The Military History of The State of New Hampsire, From its Settlement, in 1623, to the Rebellion, in 1861: Comprising an Account of the Stirring Events Connected Therewith; Biographical Notices of Many of the Officers Distinguished Therein: and Notes Explanatory of the Text.", (Order No: 49290 ), $225.00

326. Potter, Martha Dodds, SPOFFORD LAKE: A RETROSPECTIVE OF HER COTTAGES, CAMPS & RESORTS - [SPOFFORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Back Channel Press, Portsmouth, NH, (2008), B&W and color illustrations, 191pp, fine, wraps (softcover) - inscribed and signed by the author, ISBN 1934582085 Traces the ownership of cottages and land and its history back to the 19th century and enriches the facts with family stories., (Order No: 58825 ), $45.00

327. Prepared for Publication by the Committee of Arrangements, JAFFREY CENTENNIAL. PROCEEDINGS OF THE CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION OF THE ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE INCORPORATION... [NH], Printed by F. W. Ward & Co., Winchendon, MA, 1873, 107pp, good, original wraps bound in black cloth (hardcover), "...OF THE TOWN OF JAFFREY, N.H., AUGUST 20, 1873.", (Order No: 64252 ), $45.00

328. Proper, David R., HISTORY OF THE FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH KEENE, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Frank Burnside Kingsbury Fd., Keene, NH, 1973, B&W illustrations, 232pp, very good+, red cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 58356 ), $7.50

329. Proper, David R. (foreword by Ernest Hebert), A "KEENE" SENSE OF HISTORY - HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF THE MONADNOCK REGION -- [KEENE, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, 2002, B&W illustrations, 232pp, fine, wraps (softcover) - new copy, ISBN 0972447830 These articles originally appeared in the KEENE SENTINEL, Keene, New Hampshire., (Order No: 58926 ), $10.00

330. Proper, David R., ELMS, TROLLEYS AND HORSELESS CARRIAGES - CHESHIRE COUNTY PHOTOGRAPHS (1906-1929) BY BION H. WHITEHOUSE - [NEW HAMPSHIRE], Thorne-Sagendorph Gallery, Keene, NH, (1985), B&W illustrations, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 64432 ), $25.00

331. Published by the General Committee, SULLIVAN COUNTY CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION AT NEWPORT, NEW HAMPSHRIE JULY 4 AND 5, 1927, The Argus Press, Newport, NH, 1927, B&W illustrations, 84pp, very good, blue cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 54880 ), $10.00

332. Published by the order of the Legislature, THE REVISED STATUTES OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, PASSED DECEMBER 23, 1842 ..., Carroll & Baker State Print., Concord, NH, 1843, 555pp, good+, full calf (hardcover), "... To Which are Prefixed The Constitutions of the United States and of the State of New Hampshire." Nice clean and tight copy., (Order No: 56497 ), $20.00

333. Purchase, Eric, OUT OF NOWHERE - DISASTER AND TOURISM IN THE WHITE MOUTAINS, Johns Hopkins University Pr., Baltimore, MD, (1999) 1st ptg, B&W illustrations, 192pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 080186013X "On Monday night, August 28, 1826, an avalanche in isolated Crawford Notch, New Hampshire, in the heart of the White Mountains, killed innkeeper Samuel Willey, his wife and five young children, and two hired men. The landslide carved a channel fifty feet deep and buried the family in a stream of earth, stones, and uprooted trees after they had fled their house, which, incredibly was spared. In OUT OF NOWHERE, Eric Purchase examines the surprising connection of this disaster to the rise of tourism in America, investigating developments that ranged from land speculation to new interpretations of the meaning of nature and landscape. The Willey tragedy, widely recorded in literature, art, travel writing, newspapers, and scientific journals, was the first natural disaster in the United States to capture national attention.", (Order No: 44871 ), $10.00

334. Putnam, George I., OLD NUMBER FOUR - [CHARLESTOWN, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Equity Publishing Corp., Orford, NH, (1965), 164pp, good w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), A story set at The Fort at Number Four, Charlestown, NH, during the French and Indian War., (Order No: 59414 ), $8.00

335. Putnam, William Lowell, JOE DODGE: ONE NEW HAMPSHIRE INSTITUTION, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1986), B&W illustrations, 162pp, good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) child's gift inscription, ISBN 0914659170 Here is the first book to tell about the legend of Joe Dodge thanks to Bill Putnam's long and intimate friendship with Joe., (Order No: 44501 ), $7.50

336. Putnam. Hamilton, S., NEW HAMPSHIRE MEDICAL SOCIETY: A HISTORY 1791-1966, The Cabinet Press, Milford, NH, (1966), 185pp, very good, blue cloth (hardcover) EX-LIB, Prepared and Printed on the Occasion of the Society's One Hundred and Seventy-Fifth Anniversary 1791-1966., (Order No: 36851 ), $7.50

337. Ramblings by: Chamberlin, Edwin; Bailey, Louise; Burton, Natalie; Glover, Katherine Blandin; Lamarre, Margaret (et al), HISTORICAL NOTES OF BATH NEW HAMPSHIRE 1765-1965, Courier Printing Co., Inc., Littleton, NH, 1982 2nd ptg, B&W illustrations, 141pp, very good, wraps (softcover), First published in 1965. Bath, like most North Country towns, is primarily an agricultural town., (Order No: 54844 ), $20.00

338. Randall, Oran E., HISTORY OF CHESTERFIELD, CHESHIRE COUNTY, N.H. (NEW HAMPSHIRE) ..., Chesterfield Historical Soc., Chesterfield, NH, (1977) reprint, 525pp, good, clay colored cloth (hardcover), "...From the Incorporation of Township Number One, by Massachusetts, in 1736, to the Year of 1881; Together with Family Histories and Genealogies." First published in 1882., (Order No: 44246 ), $40.00

339. Randall, Peter (foreword by Sherman Adams), MOUNT WASHINGTON - A GUIDE AND SHORT HISTORY, Countryman Pres, Woodstock, VT, (1992) 3rd ed, B&W illustrations, 170pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0881502200 Reasearch and carefully written with more facts, accounts of historic events, etc. than have appeared before in a book of this kind., (Order No: 47221 ), $5.00

340. Randall, Peter E., PORTSMOUTH AND THE PISCATAQUA - [PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Down East Books, Camden, ME, (1982), B&W and color illustrations, 88pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0892720875 Portsmouth, New Hampshire has long been known for the variety and quality of its Georgian and Federal period architecture, and in recent years the attractive buildings have been enhanced by a blooming of cultural events, activities, and institutions. In this photo study, Randall has "captured the old and the new Portsmouth.", (Order No: 50902 ), $8.00

341. Randall, Peter Evans, HAMPTON, A CENTURY OF TOWN AND BEACH 1888-1988 - HISTORY OF HAMPTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1638-1988: VOLUME THREE, Peter E. Randall, Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, 1989, B&W illustrations, 885pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914339230, (Order No: 60076 ), $115.00

342. Randall, Peter E., THERE ARE NO VICTORS HERE! A LOCAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE TREATY OF PORTSMOUTH, Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, (1985), B&W illustrations, 105pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0915819074, (Order No: 63421 ), $25.00

343. Rawson, Barbara Eastman, HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF CORNISH, NEW HAMPSHIRE WITH GENEALOGICAL RECORD 1910-1960 - VOLUME III ..., Courier Printing Co., Inc., Littleton, NH, (1963), 207pp, fine, black cloth (hardcover), Volume III - SUPPLEMENTAL NARRATIVE AND GENEALOGY, (Order No: 49979 ), $25.00

344. Rawson, Marion Nicholl, NEW HAMPSHIRE BORNS A TOWN, E. P. Dutton and Company, New York, 1942 1st ed, ill. Marion Nicholl Rawson, 319pp, good++, green cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket, This story of the first hundred years of a typical New Hampshire town. Contents include: The Great Hills Breathe; Begotten of the Hills; The First Settlers; Town Meeting; Those Aloof Proprietors; Cart-Ruts on the Hills; The Homes of Men; Life and Death; Inclining Their Hearts; Each Soul to its Own Faith; War, Politics, and Secession; The Gift of Work; Neighboring; Larnin' in School Days; The Real Culture., (Order No: 48048 ), $12.50

345. Researched and written by a Committee of Volunteers for the Durham Historic Association, DURHAM NEW HAMPSHIRE: A HISTORY 1900-1985, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1985), B&W illustrations, 361pp, very good+ w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914659154, (Order No: 54698 ), $20.00

346. Rheingold, Paul D. (foreword by Becky Fitts Rylander and Ron Garceau), LAKE SUNAPEE - POSTCARD HISTORY SERIES -- [NEW HAMPSHIRE], Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, SC, (2012), B&W illustrations, 128pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0738591327, (Order No: 64204 ), $10.00

347. Richards, Elizabeth (booklet chairman), MARLBOROUGH, NEW HAMPSHIRE THROUGH THE YEARS 1776-1976, n.p., n.p., B&W illustrations, 142pp, very good, wraps (softcover) light fade to covers, (Order No: 60373 ), $25.00

348. Richards, Elizabeth Aldrich (based on research by), MARLBOROUGH RECOLLECTIONS: BEING A GATHERING OF MYTHS & TALES AND AN ACCOUNTING OF CELLAR HOLES...[MARLBOROUGH, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Marlborough Historical Soc., Marlborough, NH, 1986, B&W illustrations, 72pp, fine, wraps (softcover), "...ABANDONED SITES & MOVED BUILDINGS IN MARLBOROUGH, NEW HAMPSHIRE.", (Order No: 63865 ), $20.00

349. Robertson, Edwin B., and English, Benjamin W., A CENTURY OF RAILROADING IN CRAWFORD NOTCH - UPDATED EDITION (1987), published by the authors, n.p., (1987), B&W illustrations, 98pp, fine, wraps (softcover), First published in 1975. Contents include: Photos of Work Equipment; map; brief history; Photos - Bartlett to Fabyan; and, timetables., (Order No: 52362 ), $5.00

350. Robertson, Edwin "Bill", EARLY MT. WASHINGTON COG RAILWAY PICTURE BOOK, published by the author, Westbrook, ME, (1997), B&W illustrations, 68pp, very good+, wraps (softcover) signed by the author, (Order No: 63375 ), $20.00

351. Robinson, William F., COASTAL NEW ENGLAND: ITS LIFE AND PAST, The Wellfleet Press, Secaucus, NJ, (1989), 100 B&W and 20 color ill., 222pp, fine w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1555214908 The one book for all those who love New England and the sea. A richly illustrated, comprehensive history of those who have lived here under the ocean's sway, in this region "peopled with witch-hanging Puritans, broad-shouldered whalemen, dignified sea captains, and recalcitrant Down Easters." Excellent notes and bibliography., (Order No: 14151 ), $8.50

352. Roby, Blanche C., SUTTON'S HISTORY IN RHYME AND TALES OF OLDEN TIME - [SUTTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE], New Hampshire Printers, Inc., Somersworth, NH, 1977, B&W frontis, 34pp, fine, light green cloth (hardcover) signed by the author, All dates, events, and information is taken from SUTTON'S HISTORY, Volume I by Augusta H. Worthen and NARRATIVE HISTORY OF SUTTON by Kathryn White Ryan., (Order No: 55871 ), $30.00

353. Rockwood, C. H. (prepared under the superintendence of), ATLAS OF CHESHIRE COUNTY NEW HAMPSHIRE FROM RECENT AND ACTUAL SURVEYS & RECORDS 1877 -- 1982 EDITION, Old Maps, West Chesterfield, NH, (1982), B&W illustrations, 53pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 62271 ), $35.00

354. Rogers, Stillman, IT HAPPENED IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, The Globe Pequot Press, Guilford, CT, (2004), 170pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0762726008, (Order No: 62954 ), $5.00

355. Rolfe, Abial (Colonel), REMINISCENCES OF CONCORD, OR PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF SEVENTY YEARS - CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE, published by the author, Penacook, NH, 1901 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 118pp, very good, red cloth (hardcover) inscribed by the author, The author's memories expanded from an address he delivered before the New Hampshire Historical Society, January 10, 1900., (Order No: 49974 ), $35.00

356. Roper, Stephanie Abbot and Roper, Scott C. (signed by both), CITIZENS SOLDIERS: NEW HAMPSHIRE'S LAFAYETTE ARTILLERY COMPANY, 1804-2004, Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, 2004, B&W illustrations, 174pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover) signed by both authors, ISBN 1931807248 In 1804, James Wilson of Peterborough organized that town's first known artillery company, the Artillery Company of the Twenty-Second Regiment. Two hundred years later, the organization still exists as the Lafayette Artillery Company, an institution that has been based in Lyndeborough since 1833 and is now New Hampshire's oldest remaining local-militia group., (Order No: 55703 ), $15.00

357. Rosenberg, Gerald L. (in cooperation with New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station - Soil Conservation Service), SOIL SURVEY OF CHESHIRE COUNTY NEW HAMPSHIRE, US Department of Agriculture, (1989), fold-out maps, 262pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 58588 ), $22.50

358. Rowan, Peter and Rowan, June Hammond (edited by); Waterman, Laura and Guy (foreword by), MOUNTAIN SUMMERS, Gulfside Press, Gorham, NH, (1995), 272pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0964880105 "Tales of hiking and exploration in the White Mountains from 1878 to 1886 as seen through the eyes of women." A detailed portrait nodt only of the region's most storied summits, but also of the friendships and passion that fed their early exploration., (Order No: 52967 ), $45.00

359. Rowe, Robert H., QUEST FOR LIBERTY, Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, 2001, 216pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914339923 "An historical novel chronicling the beginning of the Revolutionary War through the experiences of two men from Amherst, New Hampshire, one a warrior, the other a pacifist.", (Order No: 50350 ), $5.00

360. Rule, Rebecca, MOVED AND SECONDED: TOWN MEETING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE THE PRESENT, THE PAST, AND THE FUTURE, Plaidswede Publishing, Concord, NH, (2012), 348pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 9780983740056, (Order No: 64054 ), $15.00

361. Rule, Rebecca, LIVE FREE AND EAT PIE - A STORYTELLER'S GUIDE TO NEW HAMPSHIRE, Islandport Press, Yarmouth, ME, (2008), 183pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 9781934031179, (Order No: 64249 ), $5.00

362. Rumrill, Alan F., J. A. FRENCH'S CHESHIRE COUNTY - IMAGES OF AMERICA SERIES [CHESHIRE COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, SC, (1998), B&W illustrations, 128pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0738500151 Jotham Abijah French worked as a photographer in Cheshire County and beyond from 1857 to 1898. His images here depict life in Southwestern New Hampshire throughout the last half of the 19th century., (Order No: 55304 ), $22.50

363. Rumrill, Alan (foreword by), PLACES I REMEMBER: KEENE, NH CELEBRATES 250 YEARS OF HISTORY, Keene's 250th Celebration, Keene, NH, 2003, sepia toned illustrations, 82pp, fine, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 62763 ), $20.00

364. Saltonstall, William G., PORTS OF PISCATAQUA, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 1941 2nd ptg, B&W illustrations, map, 244pp, very good w/chipped dustjacket (hardcover), "Soundings in the maritime history of the Portsmouth, NH, Customs District from the days of Queen Elizabeth and the planting of Strawberry Banke to the times of Abraham Lincoln and the waning of the American Clipper." A study of the Piscataqua and all its tributaries. First published in 1941 by Harvard University Press., (Order No: 15600 ), $25.00

365. Samson, Gary, THE MERRIMACK VALLEY NEW HAMPSHIRE - A VISUAL HISTORY, The Donning Company Publ., Norfolk, VA, (1989), B&W illustrations, 208pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0898657350 The Merrimack Valley Region served as the birthplace of the industrial revolution in New Hampshire. This photographic study reveals the history of the major industries that shaped the region and attracted diverse ethnic grougps., (Order No: 49283 ), $14.50

366. Sanford, E. F.; Everts, W. P.; et al, ATLAS OF STRAFFORD COUNTY NEW HAMPSHIRE, FROM ACTUAL SURVEYS, DRAWN AND PUBLISHED BY SANFORD & EVERTS - 1871, Sanford & Everts, Philadelphia, PA, 1871, hand-colored maps, good+, original boards and spine (hardcover) wear to spine, Exceptionally nice atlas internally with all maps clean and bright (only a couple foxing spots). All maps printed on one side only (some double page) thus some blank page numbers. Some loss to cloth on spine and some edgewear to the original boards. All maps collated and complete, an uncommon New Hampshire nineteenth-century atlas., (Order No: 58470 ), $650.00

367. Sarton, May, AS DOES NEW HAMPSHIRE AND OTHER POEMS BY MAY SARTON, William L. Bauhan, Publisher, Dublin, NH, 1987, B&W illustrations, 61pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0872330982 Reissue of the 1967 edition with additional material., (Order No: 37017 ), $20.00

368. Saunderson, Henry H., HISTORY OF CHARLESTOWN, NEW HAMPSHIRE, THE OLD NO. 4 ..., Claremont Manufacturing Co., Claremont, NH, (1876) 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 726pp, very good, rebound in brown buckram cloth (hardcover) SEE NOTE, "Embracing the Part Borne by Its Inhabitants in the Indian, French and Revolutionary Wars, and the Vermont Controversy. Also Genealogies and Sketches of Families." CONDITION NOTE - Conservation repairs to a few pages. A very nice clean and tight rebound copy. ALSO NOW IN STOCK, A GOOD TO VERY GOOD COPY IN THE ORIGINAL CLOTH - Same Price (advise which copy you would prefer)., (Order No: 55868 ), $135.00

369. Sawyer, Roland D., THE HISTORY OF KENSINGTON NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1663 TO 1945 (282 YEARS), Woodbury Press, Inc., Seabrook, NH, 1972 2nd ptg, B&W illustrations, 404pp, very good, red cloth (hardcover), First published in 1946. With a Family and Homestead Register of the Pioneer Families, Early Settlers and Permanent Citizens of the Town., (Order No: 45204 ), $85.00

370. Scales, John, HISTORY OF DOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE - VOLUME I. (TERCENTENARY EDITION) -- COLONIAL ERA HISTORY OF DOVER NEW HAMPSHIRE, Heritage Books, Inc., Bowie, MD, 1977, 516pp, good+, blue cloth (hardcover), Originally published in 1923. "Containing Historical, Genealogical and Industrial Data of its Early Settlers, Their Struggles and Triumphs." A facsimile of the 1923 edition with a completely new every-name index by Marlene A. Towle which follows the text., (Order No: 59282 ), $60.00

371. Scaramelli, Richard A. (for the Surry History Committee), SURRY, NEW HAMPSHIRE - A TWENTIETH-CENTURY HISTORY 1920-2000, Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, 2006, B&W illustrations, 448pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1931807434 Fascinating local town history showing how tiny (less than 1,000 population) Surry has adapted to the profound changes of the twentieth century., (Order No: 48248 ), $30.00

372. Seamans, Richard G.; and, Newell, Arthur E., MANAGEMENT OF LAKE ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR) IN NEW HAMPSHIRE - SURVEY REPORT NO. 10, New Hampshire Fish and Game, Concord, NH, 1973, B&W illustrations, maps, 92pp, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 49817 ), $30.00

373. Secomb, Daniel F. (new foreword by Richard F. Upton), HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF AMHERST, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRE, New Hampshire Publishing Co., Somersworth, NH, 1972, 978pp, good+, tan cloth spine (hardcover), ISBN 0912274255 A reprint of the 1883 edition. "First known as Narraganset Township Number Three, and subsequently as Souhegan West. From the Grant of the Township by the Great and General Court of the Province of Massachusets Bay, in June, 1728, to March, 1882, with Genealogies of Amherst Families, Biographical Sketches of Natives and Citizens of the Town, and a Sketch of the Narraganset Fort Fight, 19 December, 1675.", (Order No: 52473 ), $75.00

374. Sellers, Frank M., HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF LANGDON NEW HAMPSHIRE FROM 1787 TO 1987 WITH A GENEALOGICAL REGISTER FROM 1930 TO 1987, Sellers Publications, Landon, NH, (1987), B&W illustrations, 348pp, very good++, light brown cloth (hardcover) owner insc. NO MAP !!, ISBN 0960812203 NOTE -- THERE IS NO MAP LAID IN THIS COPY, (Order No: 58507 ), $60.00

375. Sherman, Van Allen, OUR PLAYHOUSE - 75 YEARS OF THE PETERBOROUGH PLAYERS, Town & Country Reprographics, Concord, NH, [2008], B&W illustrations, 258pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 9780979486067, (Order No: 64127 ), $15.00

376. Shultz, Tom, A 1940S MONADNOCK CHILDHOOD, The History Press, Charleston, SC, (2011), B&W illustrations, 127pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 9781609492656, (Order No: 64210 ), $10.00

377. Siegler, Hilbert R., NEW HAMPSHIRE NATURE NOTES, Equity Publishing Corp., Orford, NH, (1962), ill. by Kenneth T. Fogg, 317pp, very good, green cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket, (Order No: 41093 ), $5.00

378. Simonds, L. W., NEW HAMPSHIRE POST OFFICES 1775-1978, published by the author, New London, NH, 34pp, good, mimeographed text in binder, wraps (softcover), List was compiled from US Postal Guides, Railway Mail Schemes, NH Registers, Town Histories, Town and City Atlas of NH, and more., (Order No: 60800 ), $35.00

379. Smart, Charles E., THE RING-NECKED PHEASANT IN NEW HAMPSHIRE - SURVEY REPORT NO. 5 NEW HAMPSHIRE FISH AND GAME DEPARTMENT, NH Fish and Game Dept, Concord, NH, 1949, B&W illustrations, 82pp, good++, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 46018 ), $20.00

380. Smart, James G., STRIVING: KEENE STATE COLLEGE 1909/1984: THE HISTORY OF A SMALL PUBLIC INSTITUTION, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1984), B&W illustrations, 350pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914659049, (Order No: 37233 ), $11.50

381. Smith, Kathy A., NO HIGHER CALLING - A COLLECTION OF ESSAYS ON THE SOCIAL HISTORY OF CHILD AND FAMILY SERIVES, Child and Family Services, Manchester, NH, (2002), B&W illustrations, 110pp, index, very good w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0971826315 Recounts he agony yet ultimate triumph of New Hampshire children over the last 150 years who would have perished were it not for New Hampshire adults "inspired by love, guided by knowledge" and working with Child and Family Services., (Order No: 57124 ), $12.50

382. Smith, Marjorie Whalen, HISTORIC HOMES OF CHESHIRE COUNTY NEW HAMPSHIRE - VOLUME III, published by the author, n.p., (1979), 105 B&W illustrations, 172pp, fine w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover) signed by the author, The author has visited over five hundred old homesteads in Cheshire County since 1962 and her articles about them appeared regularly in the Keene Sentinel. This history of seventy-five homes scattered throughout the Monadnock Region of New Hampshire is Mrs. Smith's third book on the subject. Representing historical and genealogical research into the stories of the old houses and the lives of their occupants, the houses span a period from 1770 to 1870., (Order No: 36637 ), $40.00

383. Smith, Marjorie Whalen (inscribed by), HISTORIC HOMES OF CHESHIRE COUNTY NEW HAMPSHIRE - VOLUME I, Griswold Offset Printing, Brattleboro, VT, (1968), B&W illustrations, 160pp, index, very good, red cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket, Seventy-five homes, representing the 23 towns of Cheshire County in the southwest part of New Hampshire, have been selected for this book from over 200 historical articles written by Mrs. Smith on old houses and landmarks within the county. This is the first of her books of articles on historic homes, and the hardest to find., (Order No: 46901 ), $20.00

384. Smith, Marjorie Whalen, TWO SHAKES OF A LAMB'S TAIL: OR, RAMBLES AND BYGONES AND FROM "LONG LOOK FARM", NEW HAMPSHIRE, Palm Publishing, Port Charlotte, (1989), B&W illustrations, 329pp, fine, wraps (softcover) signed by the author, The majority of these nostalgic articles appeared in the Keene Sentinel, Keene New Hampshire., (Order No: 46968 ), $8.00

385. Somers, A. N. (written and edited by), HISTORY OF LANCASTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE, The Rumford Press, Concord, NH, 1899, B&W illustrations, 652pp, very good, maroon cloth (hardcover) Small Chip Bottom of Spine, The story of the town's inception, growth, and present development., (Order No: 49329 ), $40.00

386. Spahr, P. Andrew (organized by) (foreword by William Nathaniel Banks; essays by Robert Storr and Tom Wolf), COMMUNITY OF CREATIVITY: A CENTURY OF MACDOWELL COLONY ARTISTS, The Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, NH, (1996), B&W and color illustrations, 103pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0929710193 This book has been published in conjunction with the exhibition COMMUNITY OF CREATIVITY: A CENTURY OF MACDOWELL COLONY ARTISTS. The catalogue and exhibition celebrate one of the great resources of New Hampshire, the MacDowell Colony in Peterborough., (Order No: 51961 ), $8.00

387. Spaulding, Charles S., AN ACCOUNT OF SOME OF THE EARLY SETTLERS OF WEST DUNSTABLE, MONSON, AND HOLLIS, N. H. [NEW HAMPSHIRE], The Telegraph Press, Naushua, NH, 1915 1st ed, 251pp, very good++, green cloth (hardcover) owner's inscription, (Order No: 54807 ), $125.00

388. Speare, Eva A., HISTORIC BELLS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, published by the author, Plymouth, NH, 1944, B&W illustrations, 48pp, good, wraps (softcover), Contents include: Historic Bells in New Hampshire; The Evolution of Bells; Paul Revere Bells; Holbrook Bells; Blake Bells; and Old Customs., (Order No: 37097 ), $20.00

389. Squires, James Duane, MIRROR TO AMERICA: A HISTORY OF NEW LONDON, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1900-1950, Evans Printing Company, Concord, NH, 1952, B&W illustrations, 549pp, very good, green cloth (hardcover), Almost 200 pages of Family Records from 1900 to 1950. Endpaper maps., (Order No: 43725 ), $15.00

390. Squires, J. Duane (foreword by) and Tolles, Bryant F. (introduction by), NEW HAMPSHIRE'S ROLE IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, 1763-1789: A BIBLIOGRAPHY, NH Amer Rev Bicentennial Com, New Hampshire, 1974, B&W illustrations, 84pp, very good, wraps (softcover), The bibliography is divided into two sections -- "Monographs" and "Periodicals.", (Order No: 46474 ), $12.00

391. St. John, Helen, FROM MRS. TREDICK'S INN - MORE REMINISCENCES OF NEW CASTLE, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Peter E. Randall, Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, (1987), B&W illustrations, 108pp, very good++, wraps (softcover), A nostalgic look at New Castle, NH., (Order No: 50903 ), $20.00

392. Stabler, Lois K. (edited by), VERY POOR AND OF A LO MAKE: THE JOURNAL OF ABNER SANGER, Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, 1986, ill. by Arthur Tremblay, 657pp, very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914339176 This is the complete (extant) daily journal of Abner Sanger, transcribed from the original manuscript now in the Library of Congress. Editor Lois K. Stabler has provided extensive footnotes, glossary, biographical notes, maps and index to aid the twentieth century reader in understanding Abner Sanger and his eighteenth century world. The journal provides insights into the migration and settlement of up country New England and for genealogists, the book lists more than 1,000 people., (Order No: 44897 ), $32.50

393. Stanway, Eric (signed by the author), THE OLD RINDGE HOUSE - AN EXAMINATION OF A NEW HAMPSHIRE LEGEND, published by the author, Fitzwilliam, NH, (2012), B&W illustrations, 119pp, fine, wraps (softcover) signed by the author, ISBN 9781468084337, (Order No: 64200 ), $6.00

394. Stanwood, Charles F. (edited by Walter B. Mahony), PORTRAIT OF PASQUANEY, The Pasquaney Trust, Bristol, NH, (1985), B&W ill., color frontis, 240pp, good++, gray cloth spine (hardcover), History of this New Hampshire camp., (Order No: 62677 ), $25.00

395. Stanyan, John M., A HISTORY OF THE EIGHTH REGIMENT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS ... "THE OLD EIGHTH.", Ira C. Evans, Printer, Concord, NH, 1892, B&W illustrations, 583pp, very good, blue cloth (hardcover) 3 private library marks, "... INCLUDING ITS SERVICE AS INFANTRY, SECOND N.H. CAVALRY, AND VETERAN BATTALLION IN THE CIVIL WAR OF 1861-1865, COVERING A PERIOD OF THREE YEARS, TEN MONTHS, AND NINETEEN DAYS." Contents include: Names and Dates of Battles and Principal Actions; History of Battles and Actions; and Roster, and much more. Includes excepts from diaries and letters which in addition throw some light on the regiment's activities in Louisiana. Nevins, CIVIL WAR BOOKS: A CRITICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY Volume I, Page 162. An exceptionally nice clean and tight copy that was in the private library of a military organization with a spine mark and bookplates a few small stamps. Appears to have never been much used., (Order No: 52073 ), $150.00

396. Starbuck, David R., CANTERBURY SHAKER VILLAGE: ARCHEOLOGY AND LANDSCAPE - THE NEW HAMPSHIRE ARCHEOLOGIST, 1990, VOLUME 31, NUMBER 1, NH Archeological Society, 1990, B&W illustrations, 163pp, very good, wraps (softcover), Noted archeologist investigates New Hampshire's Shaker Village. Main contents are divided into: Introduction to Canterbury Shaker Village; The Mapping Project; The Shaker Mill System; and, Conclusions., (Order No: 59722 ), $35.00

397. Starbuck, David R. (editor), THE NEW HAMPSHIRE ARCHEOLOGIST: VOLUME 26, NUMBER 1 - 1985, NH Archeological Society Inc, Rye Beach, NH, 1985, B&W illustrations, 145pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), Contents include: The Garvin Falls Site; Prehistoric Pottery of the Garvins Falls Site; Crystal Quartz from Westborough; The Lund Collection, Nashua, NH; Argillite Blade Cache Found New Sewall's Falls; The World's Longest Timber Crib Dam; Preliminary Report of First Fort, Boscawen, NH; Archeological Testing at the Original Location of Fort No. 4; The Hazeltine Pottery Site, Concord, NH; and more., (Order No: 60018 ), $20.00

398. Starbuck, David R. (editor), THE NEW HAMPSHIRE ARCHEOLOGIST: VOLUME 28, NUMBER 1 - 1987, NH Archeological Society Inc, Rye Beach, NH, 1987, B&W illustrations, 95pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), Contents include: Geological Factords Important to Archeological Interpretations in the Merrimack Valley, NH; A Preliminary Report of the Rocks Road Site; New Hampshire Coast Sites Survey, Summer 1986; The Jim Dodge Site; Eugene Davis Finch, 1902-1986; J. Frederic Burtt, 1908-1986; and, A Bibliography of New Hampshire Archeology., (Order No: 60019 ), $15.00

399. Starbuck, David R. (editor), THE NEW HAMPSHIRE ARCHEOLOGIST: VOLUME 32, NO. 1 - 1991, NH Archeological Society Inc, Rye Beach, NH, 1991, B&W illustrations, 105pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), Contents include: The Archeology of a 1776 Cantonment of New Hampshire Regiments; The Dennis Farm Site; The Lewis-Walpole Site; Argillite Workshops in Tamworth, NH; The Maurice Yeaton Farm Site., (Order No: 60020 ), $15.00

400. Stark Bicentennial Committee, HISTORY OF STARK NEW HAMPSHIRE 1774-1974, Courier Printing Company, Littleton, NH, 1974, B&W illustrations, 228pp, good, blue cloth (hardcover) couple marginal notes, (Order No: 64581 ), $25.00

401. Stearns, Carl M., THE EARLY HISTORY OF MEDICINE IN SULLIVAN COUNTY, N.H. (SULLIVAN COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRE), Hurd Offset Printing, Springfield, VT, (1974) 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 197pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), Author lived in Claremont, NH, where he practiced medicine since 1940. A town by town collection of biographies of the local doctors practicing. The first medical history of any county in the state of New Hampshire., (Order No: 41045 ), $15.00

402. Stearns, Ezra S.; and The Rindge History Committee, STEARNS HISTORY OF TOWN OF RINDGE, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1736-1874 - [HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF RINDGE, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Phoenix Publishing Co., West Kennebunk, ME, (1988), B&W illustrations, 788pp, fine, pictorial boards (hardcover) owner's name, ISBN 0914659383 First published in 1875. HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF RINDGE, NEW HAMPSHIRE, FROM THE DATE OF THE ROWLEY CANADA OR MASSACHUSETTS CHARTER, TO THE PRESENT TIME, 1736- 1874, WITH A GENEALOGICAL REGISTER OF THE RINDGE FAMILIES - by Ezra S. Stearns, facsimile of the 1875 edition, 788pp, (Order No: 36596 ), $85.00

403. Stearns, Ezra S., HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF RINDGE, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Press of George H. Ellis, Boston, 1875 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 788pp, good, original brown cloth (hardcover) fading/edgewear to cloth, "...FROM THE DATE OF THE ROWLEY CANADA OR MASSACHUSETTS CHARTER, TO THE PRESENT TIME, 1736-1874, WITH A GENEALOGICAL REGISTER OF THE RINDGE FAMILIES.", (Order No: 44157 ), $90.00

404. Stearns, Erza S. and The Ringe History Committee, STEARN'S HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF RINDGE, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1736-1874 AND TOWN ON THE BORDER, RINDGE, NH 1874-1988 - [2 VOL BOXED SET], Phoenix Publishing, West Kennebunk, ME, (1988) & (1989), B&W illustrations, 788pp & 251pp, good+, black spines (hardcover) in VG slipcase SOME HIGHLIGHTING, ISBN 0914659383 For the Set. The first volume would be very good EXCEPT for SOME YELLOW HIGHLIGHTING and a few marginal notes. Not bad, but there. No marks in the second volume. Nice to have both volumes in a set and in slipcase., (Order No: 64425 ), $105.00

405. Stecker, Ann Page, OUR VOICES, OUR TOWN - A HISTORY OF NEW LONDON, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1950-2000, Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, 2000, B&W and color illustrations, 596pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 061511590X In this third history of New London, the author reaffirms the town's passion for the beauty of the land, listens to people who have given shape to these fifty years, and notes the ongoing concern for the future., (Order No: 54773 ), $15.00

406. Stephenson, Robert B. and Seiberling, Catherine L., JAFFREY THEN AND NOW: CHANGES IN COMMUNITY CHARACTER [JAFFREY, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Jaffrey Historic Dist. Comm., Jaffrey, NH, 1994, B&W illustrations, 117pp, fine, wraps (softcover) signed by the authors, A juxtapositioning of old and new photographs effectively showing especially how buildings and street scenes change over time., (Order No: 55061 ), $45.00

407. Stephenson, Robert B. (compiled by), THE TOWNS OF THE MONADNOCK REGION - THE OLD PHOTOGRAPHS SERIES [NEW HAMPSHIRE], Alan Sutton,Inc., Augusta, ME, (1994), B&W illustrations, 128pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0752400738 Photographs drawn mainly from the collections of the historical societies of Dublin, Fitzwilliam, Hancock, Jaffrey, Marlborough, New Ispwich, Petterborough and Rindge., (Order No: 55306 ), $7.50

408. Stone, Andrew B; Ware, Edgar L.; Davis, Wilfred M. (committee), INSCRIPTIONS ON GRAVESTONES IN THE OLD CEMETERY AT HANCOCK, NH, 1911 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 136pp, good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 64355 ), $15.00

409. Stone, M. T., HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE TOWN OF TROY, NEW HAMPSHIRE, AND HER INHABITANTS - 1764-1897 - [FIRST EDITION], Sentinel Printing Company, Keene, NH, 1897 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 576pp, very good, olive green cloth (hardcover) nice clean & tight copy, "From the First Settlement of the Territory Now Within the Limits of the Town in 1764-1897.", (Order No: 44803 ), $95.00

410. Sulloway, Alvah W., PUT IT IN WRITING - A WAY OF LIFE FOR THREE GENERATIONS OF A NEW HAMPSHIRE FAMILY - BOOKS, JOURNALS, AND LETTERS, 1892-1997, Phoenix Publishing, West Kennebunk, ME, (1998), B&W illustrations, 649pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914659847 Limited to 300 copies. This is not the usual collection of letters and commentary but rather the fascinating three-generation story of what has been accomplished by a prominent New Hampshire family over the 100-year span of the 20th century., (Order No: 43639 ), $10.00

411. Sulloway, Alvah W., ON THEIR OWN - THREE NEW HAMPSHIRE SCHOLARS CHRONICLE THEIR ADVENTURES ABROAD, Phoenix Publishing, West Kennebunk, ME, (2001), B&W illustrations, 601pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914659898 Limited to 300 copies. Alvah Sulloway's second book about his New Hampshire family is a travel book in which the reader accompanies three scholars traveling abroad to further their respective interests in history, science, and literature., (Order No: 43640 ), $20.00

412. Suncook Valley Railroad Historical Society; John C. Hutchins, Editor, THE BLUEBERRY EXPRESS: A HISTORY OF THE SUNCOOK VALLEY RAILROAD, Flying Yankee Enterprises, Littleton, MA, (1985), B&W illustrations, 114pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0961557400, (Order No: 54795 ), $20.00

413. Surry History Committee, SURRY: IMAGES OF AMERICA -- [SURRY, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, SC, (2001), B&W illustrations, 128pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0738505234, (Order No: 63041 ), $12.50

414. The Antrim History Committee, PARADES AND PROMENADES: ANTRIM, NEW HAMPSHIRE...THE SECOND HUNDRED YEARS, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1977), B&W illustrations, 319pp, good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) a few pencil notes in margins, ISBN 0914016393, (Order No: 37108 ), $14.50

415. The Arts, DARTMOUTH VERSE 1930, The Arts, Hanover, NH, 1930, ill. by Abner J. Epstein, 52pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) signed, numbered copy, Limited to 750 copies. "An Anthology of Poems written by undergraduates in residence at Dartmouth during the year 1929-30." Poems by: Anderson, C. A.; Baker, C. H.; Beaton, L. E.; Casseres, W. D. Gomes; Colborn, R. B.; Cornell, F. B.; Denney, R. N.; Flaccus, W. K.; Gilmore, L. D.; Levi, A. W.; Parker, R. A.; Rusterholtz, W. P.; Siferd, W. S.; Violante, G. C.; and, Welsh, V. M., (Order No: 40283 ), $15.00

416. The Bicentennial History Committee (compiled by), THE HISTORY OF FARMINGTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE - FROM THE DAYS OF THE NORTHWEST PARISH OF ROCHESTER TO THE PRESENT TIME, The Foster Press, Farmington, NH, 1976, 116pp, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 59799 ), $35.00

417. The Derry Heritage Commission and The Derry Historical Society and Museum, Inc., A SECOND GLIMPSE OF DERRY 1719-1998 - AN UPDATED VERSION OF GLIMPSES OF DERRY, NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1719-1969, Town of Derry, Derry, NH, 1998, B&W illustrations, 80pp, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 64199 ), $35.00

418. The Hancock History Committee (edited by), THE SECOND HUNDRED YEARS OF HANCOCK, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1979), B&W illustrations, 389pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) owner's inscription, ISBN 091401661X Starting with an interpretive overview of Hancock and the quality of life in the town during the last hundred years, the narrative swings into an engrossing account of what happened year by year right up to the present., (Order No: 47364 ), $20.00

419. The Historical Society of Amherst, New Hampshire, AMHERST, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1881-1982: A SLEEPING TOWN AWAKENS, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1983), B&W illustrations, 304pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914659006 What had caused the fantastic growth and popularity of the once sleepy town is one of the highlights of this volume which updates Daniel F. Secomb's History of Amherst, published in 1883., (Order No: 36623 ), $12.50

420. The Jaffrey Center Village Improvement Society, Inc., JAFFREY CENTER NEW HAMPSHIRE: PORTRAIT OF A VILLAGE, Excelsior Printing Company, North Adams, MA, (1976), B&W illustrations, 161pp, very good+ w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover), A sketch of house histories., (Order No: 47332 ), $20.00

421. The Pelham 250th Anniversary Committee, REFLECTIONS - A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF PELHAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1746-1996, Pelham 250th Anniversary Com, Pelham, NH, (1998), B&W illustrations, 273pp, index, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1578640415, (Order No: 64044 ), $50.00

422. The Rindge History Committee (researched and written by), TOWN ON THE BORDER - RINDGE NEW HAMPSHIRE 1874-1988, Phoenix Publishing, West Kennebunk, ME, (1989), B&W illustrations, 251pp, very good+, black cloth spine, pictorial boards (hardcover), ISBN 0914659391, (Order No: 43315 ), $30.00

423. The Sandwich Historical Society (compiled by), SANDWICH, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1976 - A TOWN IN TIME: A BICENTENNIAL MEMORY, Sandwich Historical Society, Sandwich, NH, 1976, B&W illustrations, 48pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 49345 ), $7.50

424. The Town History Committee, FITZWILLIAM - THE PROFILE OF A NEW HAMPSHIRE TOWN 1884-1984, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1985), B&W illustrations, 225pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0914659138, (Order No: 41172 ), $27.50

425. The Town History Committee (researched and written by), RURAL OASIS: HISTORY OF WINDHAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1883-1975, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1975), B&W illustrations, 240pp, good+, brown cloth spine (hardcover) no dustjacket, inscription, ISBN 0914016199 Written as a supplement to L. A. Morrison's HISTORY OF WINDHAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1719-1883 which was published in 1883., (Order No: 52903 ), $25.00

426. The Town of Errol, New Hampshire, ERROL ON THE ANDROSCOGGIN 1774- 1974 -- [ERROL, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Town of Errol, Errol, NH, 1974, B&W illustrations, 255pp, very good+ w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 60311 ), $45.00

427. The Yankee Bottle Club History Committee, YANKEE GLASS - A HISTORY OF GLASSMAKING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE 1790-1886 WITH A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE YANKEE BOTTLE CLUB, The Yankee Bottle Club, Keene, NH, (1990), B&W and color illustrations, 76pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), The Yankee Bottle Club, formed in 1968 to commemorate the famous glass produced in New Hampshire, published this brief account of the state's early glass industry. It reveals why the industry came into existence in the Granite State and the reason for its demise. Includes chapters on: the Temple Glassworks, Franklin Glass Company, Glassworks of Keene, Glasshouses of Stoddard, and Lyndeborough Glass Company., (Order No: 44814 ), $45.00

428. Thomas, Matthew E., HISTORY OF FREMONT, N.H. - OLDE POPLIN AN INDEPENDENT NEW ENGLAND REPUBLIC 1764-2004 - 240TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR, published by the author, Fremont, NH, (2004), B&W illustrations, 934pp & 132pp, very good+, pictorial boards (hardcover), First published in 1997, this revised edition has 132 additional pages of updated history that follows the original text., (Order No: 48130 ), $125.00

429. Thompson, Mary P., LANDMARKS IN ANCIENT DOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Durham Historic Association, Durham, NH, 1965, 284pp, very good, red cloth (hardcover), First published in 1892. Reprinted without the map., (Order No: 51033 ), $45.00

430. Thompson, Lawrance, ROBERT FROST'S AFFECTION FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE, Robert Frost Trustees, Derry, NH, n.d., B&W illustrations, 24pp, good+, wraps (softcover), This article was originally presented at the 1967 Annual Meeting of the New Hampshire Historical Society., (Order No: 52866 ), $10.00

431. Thompson, Mary P., A MEMOIR OF JUDGE EBENEZER THOMPSON OF DURHAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE, WITH SOME ACCOUNT OF HIS PARENTAGE AND OFFSPRING, appears to be a reprint, orig pub 1886, 86pp, fine, green buckram cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 59279 ), $35.00

432. Tibbals, R. H. (Rev.); Poor, Rose Wilkinson (edited and prepared for printing by), GENEALOGICAL RECORD - ANTRIM, NEW HAMPSHIRE, FAMILIES 1877 - 1940 APPROXIMATELY, Published by the Town, Antrim, NH, 1967, 640pp, fine, blue cloth (hardcover), This is a continuation of the families given in Dr. W. R. Cochrane's 1880 History of Antrim, and brought down to 1940 as far as possible. A goodly number of families who came to town after the Centennial Day, June 27, 1877 have been added., (Order No: 50654 ), $200.00

433. Townsend, Luther Tracy, HISTORY OF THE SIXTEENTH REGIMENT, NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS, Norman T. Elliot, Publisher, Washington, DC, 1897 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 574pp, very good, maroon cloth (hardcover) fade to spine SEE NOTE, Nice Clean and Tight Copy, bookplate removed from the front pastedown. Written from the adjutant's viewpoint, this full history of a year's duty in Louisiana also contains over twoscore sketches and drawings. Nevins, CIVIL WAR BOOKS, Volume I, page 170., (Order No: 60094 ), $100.00

434. Trask, Homer Darling (inscribed by in 1904), POETICAL INSPIRATIONS FROM THE GRANITE HILLS, Case, Lockwood & Brainard, Hartford, CT, 1903 1st ed, 268pp, very good, blue cloth (hardcover) inscribed by the author, (Order No: 64030 ), $25.00

435. Tuttle, Adolphus Darwin (and others), A PRELUDE TO HANCOCK'S SECOND 100 YEARS - RECOLLECTIONS OF HANCOCK'S EARLIER YEARS - [HANCOCK, NEW HAMPSHIRE], Town History Committee, Hancock, NH, [1976], 65pp, good, stapled mimeographed wraps (softcover), "In observance of the American Revolution Bicentennial", (Order No: 63027 ), $15.00

436. Twaronite, Gene, NATURE'S SCHOOL: ESSAYS ON THE WHITE MOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENT... AND BEYOND, Boreal Publications, Lisbon, NH, (1985), 175pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 096152121X, (Order No: 60513 ), $8.50

437. Union Leader Corporation, NEW HAMPSHIRE LIFE: PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE UNION LEADER AND NEW HAMPSHIRE SUNDAY NEWS, Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, 1995, color illustrations, 106pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0964892103, (Order No: 58753 ), $10.00

438. University of New Hampshire Alumni Association - John s. Elliott Alumni Center, THY SONS AND DAUGHTERS EVER: A HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, 1994, B&W illustrations, 205pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 56748 ), $7.50

439. Van Deventer, David E., THE EMERGENCE OF PROVINCIAL NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1623-1741, John Hopkins University Pres, Baltimore, MD, (1976), 302pp, very good, brown cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket, owner's name, ISBN 0801817307, (Order No: 63451 ), $25.00

440. Van Hazinga, Cynthia, HISTORY OF HILLSBOROUGH, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1960-2000: UPPER VILLAGE, LOWER VILLAGE, HILLSBOROUGH CENTER, AND BRIDGE -, Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, 2001, B&W illustrations, 363pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover) owner's name, "The Story of a New Hampshire Town.", (Order No: 64058 ), $37.50

441. Vincent, Lee, INSTANT LEGENDS FROM THE ROCK PILE - MORE STORIES ABOUT LIFE AT THE SUMMIT OF MOUNT WASHINGTON, published by the author, Concord, NH, 1975, B&W illustrations, 101pp, very good+, wraps (softcover) signed by the author, (Order No: 60732 ), $5.00

442. Violette, Alderic O. "Dick" signed by the author on the half-title page, MERRIMACK COUNTY TELEPHONE COMPANY: THE FIRST 100 YEARS [NEW HAMPSHIRE], MCT, Inc., Contoocook, NH, (1997), B&W illustrations, 622pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover) errata slip laid in, The history of a small indipendent telephone company., (Order No: 56067 ), $17.50

443. Wadleigh, Clarence B., THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 4-H STORY 1914-1961, The College Press, South Lancaster, MA, 1969, B&W illustrations, 148pp, very good, green buckram cloth (hardcover) EX-LIB mimimal marks, (Order No: 64090 ), $20.00

444. Waite, Otis F. R., NEW HAMPSHIRE IN THE GREAT REBELLION IN THE CIVIL WAR OF 1861-65, Tracy, Chase & Company, Claremont, NH, 1870 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 608pp, good++, full calf leather (hardcover) clean and tight copy, "Containing Histories of the Several New Hampshire Regiments, and Biographical Notices of Many of the Prominent Actors." Nice clean and tight copy in full calf leather with some light edgewear and small rubbing on rear board., (Order No: 52338 ), $125.00

445. Wallace, James Henry, THE WALL OF LIGHT, The Hampshire Press, Inc., Cambridge, MA, (1951), 145pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) inscribed by the author, The New England town of Wilton is the scene of this study of human lives and emotions., (Order No: 46966 ), $15.00

446. Watson, David, THE CONCORD CITY DIRECTORY - CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE - 1864, Press of McFarland & Jenks, Concord, NH, 1864, fold out map, ill. in ads, 100pp, good+, leather spine, printed boards (hardcover), "...CONTAINING THE NAMES, RESIDENCES AND BUSINESS OF THE RESIDENTS IN THE COMPACT PART OF THE CITY, WITH A MAP OF THE STREETS, ENGRAVED EXPRESSLY FOR THIS WORK." An EXCEPTIONALLY clean, and tight copy with small fold-out map of the "Plan of the Village of Concord 1864." The first 73 pages list the residents alphabetically with their address and occupation. The next two pages have information on the Methodist General Biblical Institute which was founded in 1847. The next page has: Officers in State Prison; Principal Employees at the N.H. Asylum, and the Public Library and St. Paul's School. Absolutely great ads, many with wonderful period illustrations, follow on page 77 to 100. UNCOMMON, and a handsome addition to your New Hampshire collection., (Order No: 46152 ), $250.00

447. Welch, Sarah N., A HISTORY OF FRANCONIA NEW HAMPSHIRE 1772-1972, Courier Printing Company, Littleton, NH, 1972, B&W illustrations, 200pp, very good+, brown cloth (hardcover) faint highlight couple pages, (Order No: 57469 ), $45.00

448. Westmoreland History Committee, HISTORY OF WESTMORELAND (GREAT MEADOW) NEW HAMPSHIRE 1741-1970 AND GENEALOGICAL DATA, Westmoreland History Comm., Westmoreland, NH, 1976 1st ed, B&W ill., color frontis, 597pp, good w/chipped dustjacket (hardcover) - NO MAP, Presents for the first time in text, period maps, and photographs, a complete and colorful narrative of Westmoreland's struggles and growth from the years 1741 to 1970. Includes an extensive genealogical section with historical and personal notes of more than 440 families, many of them early settlers of the town. -- NOTE - THIS COPY LACKS MAP., (Order No: 40489 ), $40.00

449. Wetherbee, Fritz, FRITZ WETHERBEE'S NEW HAMPSHIRE, Plaidswede Publishing, Concord, NH, (2005), 181pp, fine, wraps (softcover) signed by author - owner's address label, ISBN 0975521659, (Order No: 62714 ), $20.00

450. Wetherbee, Fritz, I'LL TELL YOU THE STORY: MORE OF FRITZ WETHERBEE'S NEW HAMPSHIRE, Plaidswede Publishing, Concord, NH, (2006), 216pp, fine, wraps (softcover) signed by author - owner's address label, ISBN 0975521691, (Order No: 62715 ), $6.00

451. Weygandt, Cornelius, THE WHITE HILLS - MOUNTAIN NEW HAMPSHIRE: WINNEPESAUKEE TO WASHINGTON, Henry Holt and Company, New York, (1934), color illustrations, 399pp, good+, green cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket, (Order No: 49132 ), $10.00

452. Weygandt, Cornelius, THE HEART OF NEW HAMPSHIRE - THINGS HELD DEAR BY FOLKS OF THE OLD STOCKS, G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, (1944), B&W illustrations, 210pp, good, brown cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket, "A book of people and places, old ways of life and thought that are passing, folklore and home crafts, country auctions, and talks at corner stores, in church sheds, and on chance meetings on the road.", (Order No: 51875 ), $6.00

453. Wheeler, Edmund, THE HISTORY OF NEWPORT, NEW HAMPSHIRE, FROM 1766 TO 1878, WITH A GENEALOGICAL REGISTER, Republican Press Association, Concord, NH, 1879, B&W illustrations, 600pp, good, brown cloth (hardcover) edgewear to cloth, (Order No: 64092 ), $95.00

454. Wheelwright, Thea (text by), TRAVELS IN NEW ENGLAND - BASED ON TIMOTHY DWIGHT'S TRAVELS IN NEW ENGLAND AND NEW YORK, Bonanza Books, New York, (1989), photos by Katharine Knowles, 160pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover) small bump bottom, ISBN 0517690462 Over 150 B&W photographs. A reprint of the 1972 edition (Volume 1) by Barre Publishers., (Order No: 15366 ), $6.50

455. Whitehouse, Robert A. and Beaudoin, Cathleen C., PORT OF DOVER: TWO CENTURIES OF SHIPPING ON THE COCHECHO - DOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, (1988), B&W illustrations, 223pp, very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0915819104 Few people today realize that inland Dover was an important port of call rivaling at times the success of its down river neighbor Portsmouth, New Hampshire. This is the story of a most unlikely seaport., (Order No: 49774 ), $20.00

456. Whitehouse, Bion H. (introduction and text by David R. Proper; prints produced from original glass negatives by T. M. McCarthy), CENTRAL SQUARE AND BEYOND: HISTORICAL IMAGES OF KEENE AND CHESHIRE COUNTY, Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, 1992, B&W illustrations, 140pp, very good, wraps (softcover), This volume tells the story of a peaceful valley as captured by the Whitehouse pictures showing New Hampshire traditions tempered by Yankee ingenuity., (Order No: 52094 ), $22.50

457. Whitney, Ronald G., THE BUILDING OF THE GOSHEN MEETING HOUSE - [GOSHEN, NEW HAMPSHIRE], 8pp, very good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 62857 ), $15.00

458. Whittaker, Robert H., LAND OF LOST CONTENT: THE PISCATAQUA RIVER BASIN AND THE ISLES OF SHOALS, THE PEOPLE, THEIR DREAMS, THEIR HISTORY, Alan Sutton, Dover, NH, (1994), B&W illustrations, 230pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 075090657X The story of a land and its people from the establishment by David Thomson--New England's original Yankee--of the first trading colony, through the great days of the naval shipbuilding era, to the development of the area as a vacation resort whose guests included Hawthorne, Longfellow and Edgar Allan Poe., (Order No: 45553 ), $8.00

459. Wikoff, Jerold, THE UPPER VALLEY: AN ILLUSTRATED TOUR ALONG THE CONNECTICUT RIVER BEFORE THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, Chelsea Green Publishing Co., Chelsea, VT, (1985) 1st ptg, wonderful B&W photographs, 188pp, good+ w/lightly worn dustjacket (hardcover) lacks FFEP, ISBN 0930031016 Of the few books published on the Connecticut River, I find this the most informative historical look at the Upper Connecticut River, the border between Vermont and New Hampshire. Well researched, well written, and easily read, this book is divided into four main sections: THE EARLY YEARS: BEFORE EUROPEAN DISCOVERY TO THE 1790s; GROWTH AND TURMOIL: The 1790s to the 1830s; AGRARIAN AND INDUSTRIAL TRANSFORMATION: The 1830s to the 1880s; and, TOWARD A NEW ERA: The 1880s to the early twentieth century., (Order No: 8179 ), $7.50

460. Wilderson, Paul W. (inscribed by the author), GOVERNOR JOHN WENTWORTH & THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: THE ENGLISH CONNECTION, Univ. Press of New England, Hanover, NH, (1994) 1st ptg, 364pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover) signed by author, ISBN 0874516560 "Probably no governor in North America took more genuine interest or greater pride in his colony than John Wentworth. His roots were five generations deep in New Hampshire soil.", (Order No: 57349 ), $27.50

461. Willey, Benjamin G., INCIDENTS IN WHITE MOUNTAIN HISTORY, Nathaniel Noyes, Boston, MA, 1856, B&W ill., map, 307pp, good, brown cloth (hardcover) some edgewear to cloth, "Containing Facts Relating to the Discovery and Settlement of the Mountains, Indian History and Traditions, A Minute and Authentic Account of the Destruction of The Willey Family, Geology and Temperature of the Mountains; together with Many Interesting Anecdotes Illustrating Life in the Back-Woods." Fold-out map dated 1853 has some small separation on fold. An Uncommon and Early White Mountain piece., (Order No: 58104 ), $300.00

462. Willey, George Franklyn (editor, State Builders Publishing Company), STATE BUILDERS: AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, New Hampshire Publishing Co., Manchester, NH, 1903, B&W illustrations, 503pp, very good, full brown leather, aeg (hardcover) light edgewear, "At the Beginning of the Twentieth Century." An outline of NH History; Education in New Hampshire; Ecclesiastical; Agriculture of NH; The Bench and Bar of NH; Notes on the Medical Profession of NH; New Hampshire Savings Banks; Industrial New Hampshire; and, Commercial New Hampshire followed by a number of biographies., (Order No: 52870 ), $50.00

463. Wilson, Jill C., A GOOD CORNER TO BANK ON - HIGHLIGHTS OF CONCORD SAVINGS BANK'S 125 YEARS IN CONCORD, Concord Savings Bank, Concord, NH, 1999, B&W illustrations, 91pp, very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 56729 ), $15.00

464. Winship, Stephen, A TESTING TIME: CRISIS AND REVIVAL IN NASHUA [NEW HAMPSHIRE], Nashua-New Hampshire Found., Nashua, NH, 1989, B&W illustrations, 208pp, very good+, brown cloth (hardcover) acetate cover as published, A history of the century-old cotton mills in Nashua, New Hampshire and the affect of their closings on the community with the economic and social impact and how the community dealt with the issues., (Order No: 38032 ), $65.00

465. Winship, Stephen W., AT THE BEND IN THE RIVER: A HISTORY OF CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE - CONCORD BICENTENNIAL 1765-1965, Concord Bicentennial, Inc., Concord, NH, 1965, B&W illustrations, good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 64077 ), $8.00

466. Wolfeboro Historical Society, WOLFEBORO - IMAGES OF AMERICA SERIES - WOLFEBORO, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, SC, (2001), B&W illustrations, 128pp, fine, wraps (softcover) - OWNER'S BOOKPLATE, ISBN 0738505447, (Order No: 46155 ), $20.00

467. Wood, Frederic J. (abridged with an introduction by Ronald Dale Karr), THE TURNPIKES OF NEW ENGLAND AND EVOLUTION OF THE SAME THROUGH ENGLAND, VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND - NEW EDITION OF THE 1919 CLASSIC, Branch Line Press, Pepperell, MA, (1997), B&W illustrations, 428pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0942147057 First published in 1919. "Turnpikes, as distinguished from the ordinary roads of the same time, were those on which gates barred the progress of the traveler, at which payments were demanded for the privilege of using the road. Such payment was called 'toll' and the gates were know as 'toll-gates.'" This abridgement has deleted footnotes and bibliographical references, and selectively cut in some chapters. A classic work!, (Order No: 45278 ), $12.50

468. Woodbury, Peter P.; Savage, Thomas; and, Patten William (publishing committee), HISTORY OF BEDFORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE, BEING STATISTICS, COMPILED ON THE OCCASION OF THE ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY ..., Printed by Alfred Mudge, Boston, MA, 1851, LACKS fold-out map, 364pp, good, black cloth (hardcover) edgewear to boards/spine SEE NOTE, "... OF THE INCORPORATION OF THE TOWN; MAY 19th 1850." Contents include: Centennial Celebration; Historical Notices of Bedford; Sketch of the Church and Ministry; Graveyards, Schools, Bridges, Remarkable Events &c.; Miscellaneous Statistics; Sketch of Piscataquog Village; Biographical Sketches; Genealogies of Old Bedford Families. A clean and tight copy, but LACKING the folding map. Cloth along gutter of spine is split, hard to see, not affecting integrity of book block and hinges., (Order No: 43594 ), $125.00

469. Worcester, Samuel T., HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF HOLLIS, NEW HAMPSHIRE, FROM ITS FIRST SETTLEMENT TO THE YEAR 1879, n.p., n.p., orig pub 1879, B&W illustrations, 394pp, good++, salmon cloth (hardcover), "With Many Biographical Sketches of its Early Settlers, Their Descendants, and Other Residents." QUALITY REPRINT !!!, (Order No: 54861 ), $35.00

470. Workers of the Writers' Program of the Work Projects Adminstration in the State of New Hampshire, HANDS THAT BUILT NEW HAMPSHIRE: THE STORY OF GRANITE STATE CRAFTSMEN PAST & PRESENT, AMS Press, Inc., New York, (1975), B&W illustrations, 288pp, very good+, gray cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket, ISBN 0404579353 First published in 1940. Contents include: Basketmaking: A Legacy; Out of Seafaring Days; Men Who Made New Hampshire Buildings; Cabinetmakers, Past and Present; Time and Music; The Craft of the Woodworker; Modern Ornamental Wood Carving; Clay Kiln and Potter's Wheel; Stonecutters; New Hampshire Glass; Workers in Metal; Spinning Wheel and Hand Loom; With Thread and Needle; Samplers and Quilts; Home Rugmaking; Art and Near Art; Shaker Crafts; The Country Fair; Trends in Organized Handicrafts., (Order No: 47805 ), $10.00

471. Worthen, Augusta Harvey (Mrs.) compiled and arranged by, THE HISTORY OF SUTTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE CONSISTING OF THE HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF ERASTUS WADLEIGH, ESQ. & A. H. WORTHEN, Republican Press Association, Concord, NH, 1890 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 2 vols, 1110pp, good, black cloth (hardcover) - Volume I staining (See Note), Volume I is history, and Volume II is essentially all genealogy. CONDITION NOTE - Staining to rear board of Volume I, and staining to the foreedge of the book block and a few pages of Volume I., (Order No: 44683 ), $125.00

472. Worthen, Augusta Harvey (compiled and arranged by), THE HISTORY OF SUTTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE: PART I AND PART II - TWO VOLUMES REPUBLISHED IN ONE, The Town Of Sutton, Sutton, NH, 1975, B&W illustrations, 1111pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), "Consisting of the Historical Collections of Erastus Wadleigh, Esq., and A. H. Worthen." Originally published in 1890 in two volumes, this reprint and new edition was published in an edition of 750 copies of which 150 were hand-numbered and sold in advance of publication date. This is number 48., (Order No: 54699 ), $35.00

473. Wright, Winifred A., THE GRANITE TOWN: MILFORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1901/1978, Phoenix Publishing, Canaan, NH, (1979), B&W illustrations, 549pp, good+ w/good dustjacket (hardcover) owner's inscription, ISBN 0914016644 Milford experienced great change during these 78 years. The thriving granite industry with its hugh quarries and sprawling sheds gradually closed but one of the largest firms is still operating in Milford today (1978)., (Order No: 40502 ), $20.00

474. Young, E. Harold, HISTORY OF PITTSFIELD, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Town of Pittsfield, Pittsfield, NH, 1953 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 575pp, fine, green buckram cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 52161 ), $70.00

475. Zea, Philip and Norwalk, Nancy (edited by) and signed by both editors, CHOICE WHITE PINES AND GOOD LAND: A HISTORY OF PLAINFIELD AND MERIDEN, NEW HAMPSHIRE, Peter E. Randall, Publisher, Portsmouth, NH, (1991) 1st ed, B&W and color illustrations, 677pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover) signed, Written by fifty-six townspeople over the past five years and edited by Philip Zea and Nancy Norwalk, the book includes 230 maps, photographs, and color plates. The authors describe the landscape, settlement, controversies, religion, agriculture, and schooling in Plainfield as well as the town's architecture, biographies, and changing lifestyle., (Order No: 46671 ), $45.00

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