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A HISTORY OF WALPOLE NEW HAMPSHIRE - VOLUME 1 ONLY

By Frizzell, Martha McDonald

Walpole, NH: Town of Walpole, 1963. HC. very good, blue cloth (hardcover). B&W illustrations, maps. One of the best written town histories, and not just because I live here. This Volume 1 is the detailed history volume. Volume 2 (not included here) is the family genealogy volume - separate unto itself. Included is the accompanying large fold-out map. 672pp.

$85.00

TO MONADNOCK - THE RECORDS OF A MOUNTAIN IN NEW HAMPSHIRE THROUGH THREE CENTURIES

By Nutting, Helen Cushing (Gathered by)

New York: Stratford Press, 1925. HC. good, light blue cloth spine (hardcover). B&W illustrations, maps. 273pp.

$47.50

HORATIO COLONY LAND TRUST - A WINDOW THROUGH TIME

By Cummings, Joanne and Grumbine, Rich (compiled by)

Keene, NH: Antioch Graduate School, 1980. good, wraps (softcover). sepia line drawings. 20pp.

$10.00

A TOWN THAT HAS GONE DOWNHILL

By Goldthwait, James Walter

1927. PB. good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. Reprinted from THE GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW - Vol. XVII - October, 1927 - No. 4. p527-p552.

$30.00

WALPOLE'S LOUISA MAY ALCOTT - [Walpole, New Hampshire]

By Boas, Ray

Walpole, NH: published by the author, 2016. PB. fine, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. Louisa May Alcott live in Walpole, New Hampshire, with her family from 1855 to 1857. Many of the stories told in LITTLE WOMEN are drawn from her life in Walpole with her sisters. In this well illustrated booklet I have brought together all that is known of her stay and theatrics here. The local theater group performed but two doors from my home. The home the Alcott's lived in, and visited, are all still in existence and illustrated. 40pp.

$7.50

COG DAYS: A BOY'S LIFE AND ONE TRAGIC SUMMER ON MT. WASHINGTON

By McQuaid, Joseph W. (signed and inscribed by)

Concord, NH: Plaidswede Publishing, 2017. PB. fine, wraps (softcover) signed by the author. B&W illustrations. ISBN 9780996218276 123pp.

$12.50

AMOS FORTUNE FORUM FIFTY YEARS

By The Amos Fortune Forum

Jaffrey Center, NH: The Amos Fortune Forum, 1996. PB. fine, wraps (softcover). 50pp.

$20.00

HISTORICAL SITES & HOUSES OF LANCASTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE - 1764-1964 - LANCASTER BICENTENNIAL

By Lucius and Christie Holton; Edna Haley; Stanley and Cecile Costine; and, Kathleen Doolan

Lancaster, NH: Lancaster Bicentennial, 1964. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. 72pp.

$30.00

NEW HAMPSHIRE: THE STATE THAT MADE US A NATION - A CELEBRATION OF THE BICENTENNIAL OF THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION

By New Hampshire Bicentennial Commission on the United States Constitution

Portsmouth, NH: Peter E. Randall, Publisher, 1989. HC. fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover). B&W illustrations. ISBN 0914339281 273pp.

$10.00

THE STORY OF FITZWILLIAM - [Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire]

By West, Richard G.

Fitzwilliam, NH: Bicentennial Committee, 1976. PB. good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. 68pp.

$12.50

MOUNT WASHINGTON CARRIAGE ROAD SINCE 1861

By Johnson, Frances Ann

Gorham, NH: MT Washington Summit Road Co, 1961. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. 56pp.

$15.00

SUGAR HILL, NEW HAMPSHIRE: A GLIMPSE INTO THE PAST (1780-1896)

By Nelson, Alice C. (edited by)

Littleton, NH: Harrison Publishing House, 1986. PB. fine, wraps (softcover). sepia toned illustrations. 34pp.

$12.50

OFFICIAL SOUVENIR PROGRAM - TERCENTENARY CELEBRATION AT PORTSMOUTH [NEW HAMPSHIRE] AUGUST 19 TO 23, 1923

1923. PB. good, wraps (softcover). The Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Settlement of New Hampshire - History and Complete Program of Events." Includes the program of events, synopsis of the pageant, visitor's information and parking regulations. Mainly packed with local advertisements of businesses supporting the celebration. 48pp.

$17.50

ON THE ROAD NORTH OF BOSTON: NEW HAMPSHIRE TAVERNS AND TURNPIKES 1700-1900

By Garvin, Donna-Belle and Garvin, James L.

Hanover, NH: Univ. Press of New England, 1988. PB. fine, wraps (softcover). B&W and color illustrations. ISBN 0915916193 228pp.

$55.00

FROM SAILS TO ATOMS - PORTSMOUTH NAVAL SHIPYARD, PORTSMOUTH, N.H.

By Hushing, William C. (foreword by)

Portsmouth, NH: Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, 1967. PB. good, wraps (softcover) couple underlines on pages 2 and 3. B&W illustrations. NOTE - Couple underlinings on pages 2 and 3, blend in fine. 36pp.

$17.50

THE GREAT CARBUNCLE, CHRISTUS INDEX, AND THE GREAT STONE FACE

By Roberts, Guy

Whitefield, NH: published by the author, 1924. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). A retelling in other words and in briefer form, of three classic stories of Hawthorne and of Roth." 47pp.

$25.00

TWO TOWNS: ONE COMMUNITY - HAVERHILL, NEW HAMPSHIRE & NEWBURY, VERMONT 1763-2013

North Haverhill, NH: Haverhill/Newbury 250th Comm, 2013. PB. fine, wraps (softcover). B&W and color illustrations. ISBN 9780615786339 "Souvenir Companion to a Year of Communitey Celebration - December 31, 2012 - December 31, 2013." 160pp.

$35.00

A JOURNAL FOR THE YEARS 1739-1803 BY SAMUEL LANE OF STRATHAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE

By Lane, Samuel (edited by Charles Lane Hanson)

Concord, NH: New Hampshire Historical Soc, 1937. HC. good++, maroon cloth (hardcover). B&W illustrations. Samuel Lane was a farmer, a tanner, a shoemaker, and a surveyor. For 65 years he kept a journal, and his journal gives an insight into early New Hampshire life. 115pp.

$20.00

TALES FROM THE HISTORY OF NEWPORT [NEW HAMPSHIRE]

By Edes, Sam. H.

Newport, NH: The Argus-Champion, 1963. PB. good, wraps (softcover) COVERS ARE SOILED - SMUDGED. B&W illustrations. Note - COVERS ARE SOILED AND SUMUDGED - Author "set down some of the tales that he has gathered in a lifetime of observation and fact-finding." Covers all aspects of Newport, NH history. 113pp.

$35.00

DARTMOUTH

By Steiner, A. Ralph (with a foreword by Homer Eaton Keyes)

Brooklyn, NY: The Albertype Co, 1922. HC. good+, tan cloth spine, paper covered boards (hardcover). 24 B&W Albertype photos. Steiner's photographic study of Dartmouth College. Internally a very good copy and better.

$285.00

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