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The History of Weare, New Hampshire

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Location: Weare, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, United Statesmap
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The History of Weare, New Hampshire

  • by William Little, 1833-1893
  • published by S. W. Huse & Co., Lowell, Massachusetts, 1888

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Table of Contents

I. Topography and Names
II. Geology
III. Flora
lV. Fauna
V. Masonian Title
VI. Boundary Line
VII. Indians
VIII. Halestown
IX. Robiestown
X. Settlers
XI. The French and Indian War
XII. Incorporation
XIII. The First Church
XIV. Schools
XV. Courts
XVI. Additional Settlers
XVII. The Olden Times
XVIII. The Pine-tree Riot
XIX. The Revolution — 1775
XX. The Revolution — 1776
XXI. The Revolution — 1777
XXII. The Revolution — 1778
XXIII. The Revolution — 1779
XXIV. The Revolution — 1780-81
XXV. The Revolution — 1782-83
XXVI. The Friends or Quakers
XXVIII. Schools
X. The Dark Day
XXX. The Antipedobaptists
XXXI. Boundary Lines
XXXII. Meeting-houses
XXXIII. The Congregationalists
XXXIV. A Round Trip to Salem
XXXV. The Shakers
XXXVl. The Small-pox
XXXVII. The Universalists
XXXVIII. Town-houses
XXXIX. The Antipedobaptists
XL. Schools
XLI. The Freewill Baptists
XLII. The 1812 War
XLIII. The Spotted Fever
XLIV. Meteorological
XLV. The Militia
XLVI. Paupers and the Poor Farm
XLVII. The Ministerial Fund
XL VIII. Calvinist Baptists
XLIX. First Freewill Baptists
L. The Pound
LI. Witches
LII. Masons
LIII. Temperance
LIV. Craney-hill Church
LV. Second Freewill Baptists
LVI. Third Freewill Baptists
LVII. The Surplus Revenue
LVIIL The Adventists
LIX. The Railroad
LX. Farming
LXI. The Rebellion
LXII. The Congregationalists
LXIII. The Universalists
LXIV. Roads
LXV. Division of the Town
LXVI. Cemeteries
LXVII. Industries
LXVIII. Miscellaneous
LXIX. Town Lots
LXX. Town Officers
Index of Persons
General Index


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