History of Charlestown, New-Hampshire, The Old No. 4, Embracing the Part Borne By Its Inhabitants in the Indian, French and Revolutionary Wars, and the Vermont Controversy. Also Genealogies and Sketches of Families, from Its Settlement to 1876
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Claremont, N.H.: Claremont Manufacturing, (1876).. Original black cloth. 726 pages. Previous names and addresses of three past owners, two in pencil and one in ink, the first located in Charlestown, New Hampshire and dated October, 1882. 7 leaves with a very small and faint (barely discernible) damp spot right along the edge in the margin, still Very Good. A nice copy. Extensive genealogy. . Very Good. Hardcover. First Edition. 1876.
Title: History of Charlestown, New-Hampshire, The Old No. 4, Embracing the Part Borne By Its Inhabitants in the Indian, French and Revolutionary Wars, and the Vermont Controversy. Also Genealogies and Sketches of Families, from Its Settlement to 1876
Author: Saunderson, Rev. Henry H
Quantity available: 1
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Claremont Manufacturing, (1876).
Place: Claremont, N.H.
Date published: 1876
Keywords: CHARLESTOWN. NEW HAMPSHIRE. INDIAN WAR. FRENCH REVOLUTIONARY GENEALOGY. MILITARY.
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