CD: Annals of Portsmouth [New Hampshire], Comprising a Period of Two Hundred Years from the First Settlement of the Town; with Biographical Sketches of a few of the Most Respectable Inhabitants

CD: Annals of Portsmouth [New Hampshire], Comprising a Period of Two Hundred Years from the First Settlement of the Town; with Biographical Sketches of a few of the Most Respectable Inhabitants

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CD: Annals of Portsmouth [New Hampshire], Comprising a Period of Two Hundred Years from the First Settlement of the Town; with Biographical Sketches of a few of the Most Respectable Inhabitants - Nathaniel Adams. Portsmouth, New Hampshire, was one of the first four towns established in the state. Its beginnings are generally dated to 1623, when David Thompson set up a trading post at Odiorne's Point. This history is presented in chronological order to 1823, and is filled with interesting historical and biographical data. A short appendix reproduces several early documents. The author graduated from Dartmouth College in 1775 and served as Clerk of the Superior Court of New Hampshire for forty-two years. New full name + subject index.

(1825), 2003, CD, Graphic Images, Adobe Acrobat, PC and MAC, index, 412 pp.

101-CD2386 ISBN: 078842386X