History of New Hampshire, from Its First Discovery to the Year 1830: With Dissertations Upon the Rise of Opinions and Institutions, the Growth of Agriculture and Manufactures, and the Influence of Leading Families and Distinguished Men, to the Year 1874

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J.B. Clarke, 1875 - 422 halaman
 

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Proprictors of New Hampshire
29
First Settlers of New Hampshire
32
Political and Pecuniary Condition of the Plantations from 1631 to 1641
40
Social Condition of the Early Colonists
47
Early Laws of Massachusetts
49
Early Laws of New Hampshire
51
Early Churches of New Hampshire
53
Elements of Popular Liberty
55
Condition of New Hampshire after its Union with Massachusetts
58
Moral Epidemics
60
Philips Indian War
65
Rcvival of Masons Claim
74
Organization of the New Government
76
Administration of Justice in the Early History of New Hampshire
81
Administration of Cranfield
83
Government under Dudley and Andros
87
King Williams War
89
Civil Policy of New Hampshire during King Wil liams War
94
Queen Annes War
97
Emigrants from Ireland
103
Origin of the Militia System
111
LicutenantGovernor Wentworths Administration
118
King Georges War I 19
119
Revival of Masons Claim
128
The Representatives of New Towns
129
The Last French War I 30
130
Close of the War and Return of Peace I4 I
143
Origin of the Revolutionary War
144
Officers and Ministers in New Hampshire in 1768
151
Origin of Dartmouth College I 52
152
Early Settlements in Cohos
156
The Wentworths in New Hampshire
160
Commencement of Hostilities with England
165
The Battle of Bunker Hill
169
Movements of the Army under Washington dur ing the year 1776
172
CHAPTER XLIX Secession in New Hampshire during the last Century 174
174
Battle of Bennington
182
Capture of Burgoyne
186
Employment of Savages by the English
188
CHAPTER LIII Congregationalism in New Hampshire I9 I
191
Rise of Different Denominations
196
Insufficiency of the State and General Governments pre vious to the Adoption of the New Constitutions
198
Treatment of Loyalists 200
200
Administration of President bartlett 22
224
CornMills and SawMills
225
Administration of John Taylor Gilman
228
I cvclopment of Political Parties
234
Political Inſluence of the Clergy of New l Iampshire
238
Puritan Influence in New Hampshire
245
Internal Condition of New Hampshire from 1805 to 1815
247
Causes of the Second War with England
249
Record of New Hampshire during the War for Sailors Rights
252
The Hartford Convention
258
Domestic Affairs in New Hampshire Preceding and During the War for Sailors Rights
259
Restoration of Peace
263
Dartmouth College Controversy
268
The Caucus System
286
The Tolcration Act
287
Decline of The Era of Good Feelings
289
Local Matters in New Hampshire during the Ad ministration of Monroe and Adams
292
Character of Hon Benjamin Pierce
300
Population of New Hampshire at Different Pe riods
302
Money Coined and Printed
303
Discovery and Settlement of the White Mountain Regions
307
The Rivers of New Hampshire
311
Climate and Scenery of New Hampshire
317
The Isles of Shoals
323
Influence of Distinguished Families in New Hampshire La ērde
326
The Livermore Family
328
The Pickering Family
329
The Weare Family
331
The Bartlett Family
334
The Webster Family
335
The Bar of New Hampshire
338
Jeremiah Smith
339
Ezekiel Webster
340
Danicl Webster
342
Ichabod Bartlett
343
Levi Woodbury CHAPTER CI Common School Instruction
346
Academies
352
III Agriculture Chapter CIV Commerce of New Hampshire
362
The Press
364
Banks
366
Manufactures
372
Railroads
378
Geology of New Hampshire
399

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