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The Resource History of the town of Amherst, Hillsborough county, New Hampshire, : (first known as Narragansett township number three, and subsequently as Southegan West), from the grant of the township by the Great and General court of the province of Massachusetts Bay, in June, 1728, to March, 1882, with genealogies of Amherst families and a sketch of the Narraganset fort fight, 19 December, 1675. By Daniel F. Secomb

History of the town of Amherst, Hillsborough county, New Hampshire, : (first known as Narragansett township number three, and subsequently as Southegan West), from the grant of the township by the Great and General court of the province of Massachusetts Bay, in June, 1728, to March, 1882, with genealogies of Amherst families and a sketch of the Narraganset fort fight, 19 December, 1675. By Daniel F. Secomb

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History of the town of Amherst, Hillsborough county, New Hampshire, : (first known as Narragansett township number three, and subsequently as Southegan West)
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History of the town of Amherst, Hillsborough county, New Hampshire,
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(first known as Narragansett township number three, and subsequently as Southegan West)
Statement of responsibility
from the grant of the township by the Great and General court of the province of Massachusetts Bay, in June, 1728, to March, 1882, with genealogies of Amherst families and a sketch of the Narraganset fort fight, 19 December, 1675. By Daniel F. Secomb
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eng
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LC call number
F44.A5
LC item number
S4
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non fiction
History of the town of Amherst, Hillsborough county, New Hampshire, : (first known as Narragansett township number three, and subsequently as Southegan West), from the grant of the township by the Great and General court of the province of Massachusetts Bay, in June, 1728, to March, 1882, with genealogies of Amherst families and a sketch of the Narraganset fort fight, 19 December, 1675. By Daniel F. Secomb
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History of the town of Amherst, Hillsborough county, New Hampshire, : (first known as Narragansett township number three, and subsequently as Southegan West), from the grant of the township by the Great and General court of the province of Massachusetts Bay, in June, 1728, to March, 1882, with genealogies of Amherst families and a sketch of the Narraganset fort fight, 19 December, 1675. By Daniel F. Secomb
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Genealogies and family registers: p. 477-844, 928-936; Marriages in Amherst, not included in the family registers: p. 844-854
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ocm02338030
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23 cm.
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vii, 978 p.
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01007967
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front. (map) illus., plates, ports, facsims.

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