4 edition of History of Coos County, New Hampshire .. found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||956 p., [55 leaves of plates :|
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Coos, New Hampshire refers to the frontier area of northern New the American Revolution a military command was located at Haverhill, New Hampshire to protect the New Hampshire Grants and to support military efforts in the invasion of Canada.
The name was later given to a portion of northern Grafton County in when a new county, named Coos, was created. History of Coos County (New Hampshire historical editions series) [Merrill, Georgia Drew] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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The World is proud to partner with The Coos History Museum, the Bandon Historical Museum and our readers on a new hardcover pictorial history book, "Coos County Memories: The Early Years." This heirloom-quality coffee-table book offers a glimpse of Coos County from the early years to through stunning and historic photos.
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book staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Coös County (/ ˈ k oʊ. ɒ s /, with two syllables), frequently spelled Coos County, is a county in the state of New Hampshire, in the United of the census, the populationthe least of any New Hampshire county.
The estimated population as of is 31, The county seat is Lancaster. Coös County was founded in References. The county is large in area - 1, square miles - but the most sparsely populated in the state with only ab people.
Coos County was separated from the northern part of Grafton County, New Hampshire and organized at Berlin inalthough, the county seat was later moved to Lancaster. The book, Inventory of the County Archives of New Hampshire, no.
Coös County (FHL book A3, film 1, item 3) was prepared by the New Hampshire Historical Records Survey in It contains a listing of the various records in the courthouse. Coos County, NH. Collections & Individual Items Account Book Collection, Amasa P.
Niles Company Papers, AMC Trail Crew Association papers, HISTORY. COOS COUNTY, New Hampshire (Illustrated) This hard cover book was published by W. Fergusson & Co., of Syracuse, New York, Seller Rating: % positive. Biographies in the History of LAWYERS, DOCTORS, DRUGGISTS and DENTISTS from Lancaster, NH BENTON, Jacob ( - ) BENTON, Jacob, a Representative from New Hampshire; born in Waterford, Caledonia County, Vt., Aug ; attended the common schools, Lyndon (Vt.) Academy, and Randolph (Vt.) Academy, and was graduated from Burr and Burton Seminary at.
simon g. griffin, a history of the town of keene, sentinel printing co., samuel t. worcester, bi-centennial of old dunstable, e.h. spalding, lyman clark, civil and religious history of andover center, c.c morse & son, grant powers, historical sketches of the discovery, settlement, and progress of events on the coos country and vicinity: principally included between the years.
"Base Source: New Hampshire family of maps ," Includes location map. " " Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
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This is the official web site for Coos County, and Coos County does not authorize any other web site to act or speak on behalf of Coos County, nor does Coos County authorize the use of its logos by anyone else or on any other web site, blog or. Genre/Form: Biographies History Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Merrill, Georgia Drew.
History of Coos County. Somersworth, New Hampshire Pub. Coos County Registry of Deeds 55 School Street, Suite Lancaster, New Hampshire Tel. () Vault () Fax () History of Coos County, New Hampshire. by Georgia Drew Merrill; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Biography, History.
Images: A Photographic History Of The University Of New Hampshire (University of New Hampshire, ) This book is the result of an effort to preserve a collection of endangered photos, many pre, which sketch the history of the University, from early days in Hanover, H.H.
to the present. County: Coos. Dates for Town Report: [+ Current vital statistics in Town Reports: Yes. Compiled Town Vital Records: No. City Directories: No. Published Town History: see History of Coos County. Cemetery Records: No.
Town Register: No. Back to Alphabetical Listing.History The Cohos Trail was first envisioned in The founder, Kim Robert Nilsen, was working as a reporter for a small weekly newspaper called the Coos County Democrat at Lancaster, NH when he wrote an editorial about the concept for a long-distance trail through one million acres of forest in New Hampshire’s largest and most isolated.History of Coos County, New Hampshire by Georgia Drew Merrill - () – pages.
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