2 edition of Islands of New Hampshire found in the catalog.
Islands of New Hampshire
Henry Ives Baldwin
|Statement||Report prepared for the State Planning Project, by Henry I. Baldwin.|
|Contributions||New Hampshire. State Planning Project.|
|LC Classifications||GV54.N4 A2 no. 15|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 110 p.|
|Number of Pages||110|
|LC Control Number||67065099|
New Hampshire notables: presenting biographical sketches of men and women who have helped shape the character of the Granite State, e-book Genealogical and family history of the state of New Hampshire: a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation Vol. 1, e-books, Vol. 2, Vol. 3, Vol. 4. The Isles of Shoals isn’t just one island, but are a string of islands that rest about 7 miles off the coast straddling the border of New Hampshire and Maine. There are 9 islands total and 4 of them are claimed as being on the New Hampshire side of the dividing line.
Here is a One-of-a-Kind item from the version of the New York World's Fair - A PRESENTATION COPY OF THE FLORIDA STATE EXHIBIT BOOK to the Governor of New Hampshire, the Hon. Francis P. Rating: % positive. In the Connecticut River, state of New Hampshire: White: NHS: Atlantic Ocean: Rockingham: NA K1HRO >OPs: 10 miles SE of Portsmouth, NH. 3/4 miles SW of Star Island (NHS). Yankee: NHR: Connecticut River: Cheshire: KD1XD/P: In the Connecticut River, state of New Hampshire.
Best New Hampshire B&Bs on Tripadvisor: Find traveler reviews, candid photos, and prices for bed and breakfasts in New Hampshire, United States. Even if you toss in the Isles of Shoals, a group of islands about 8 miles off the Rye shore, half of which belong to New Hampshire, their combined 5 miles of oceanfront boosts New Hampshire’s lump sum only to 18 miles—a drop in the bucket compared with Maine’s miles, Massa-chusetts’ miles, or even Rhode Island’s
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Rows List of islands of New Hampshire. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Island County Water body Elevation (feet) Elevation (metres) Badger Island: Carroll: Lake Winnipesaukee: Barndoor Island: Belknap: Lake Winnipesaukee: Bass Island: Carroll: Lake Wentworth: Bear Island: Merrimack: Suncook River: Federal district: Washington, D.C.
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Top New Hampshire Islands: See reviews and photos of islands in New Hampshire, United States on Tripadvisor. The Isles of Shoals are a group of small islands and tidal ledges situated approximately 6 miles (10 km) off the east coast of the United States, straddling the border of the states of Maine and New Hampshire.
They have been occupied for more than years, first by fishing communities and more recently as the site of private homes, a large seasonal hotel and a marine research on: Gulf of Maine, Atlantic Ocean. Islands of Deutschtum adds new knowledge to the study of German-Americans.
It describes the migration of German textile workers to the textile centers of New England. It describes how they fashioned Islands of New Hampshire book communities, which not only survived World War I but lasted into World War II.
Island Hopper: Islands in Maine and New Hampshire When we think of islands in New England, big names like Nantucket, Block Island, and Martha's Vineyard come to mind right away.
Just off the beaten path, though, lie some smaller island getaways that can be better suited for outdoor adventure, secluded relaxation, and a back-to-nature experience. The Smuttynose Island murders, trial, jailbreak, and execution are featured in the book Return to Smuttynose Island by Emeric Spooner (ISBN ).
Smuttynose Island is the source of the name of the Smuttynose Brewing Company of Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Isles of Shoals Murders | Horror on Smuttynose Island. Louis Wagner was working alone, barely scratching out a living fishing the Maine and New Hampshire waters off the Isles of Shoals, when he had the good fortune to meet John Hontvet and his wife Maren.
New Hampshire has been home to its fair share of authors. Read more to learn about 20 authors both past and present who have ties to the Granite State. Scheiber, Harry N. (New Hampshire Historical Society, ) Originally published in Historical N.H. inthis reprint makes available information on the Abbot-Downing Company, which built the world famous Concord Coach along with other vehicles.
Photographs of these early vehicles illustrate the text. Retired school teacher and Goshen historian, Newman has written two historical novels based on Charles Emerson of Newport, New Hampshire.
Gold Struck,tells of his voyage around Cape Horn en route for California, where he worked in the gold mines. He earned enough money to buy a farm in New Hampshire for himself and his bride. Books Set in New Hampshire Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.
Rindge, New Hampshire contributions 58 helpful votes Enjoyable and Safe Journey We booked a trip with Island Cruises on the Uncle Oscar to transport us to and from our overnight on Star Island.5/ TripAdvisor reviews.
Zillow has homes for sale in New Hampshire matching Private Island. View listing photos, review sales history, and use our detailed real estate filters to find the perfect place. The islands of Massachusetts range from barren, almost completely submerged rocks in Massachusetts Bay (e.g.
Abbott Rock, first on the list below) to the large, famous and heavily visited Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. The recent history of Massachusetts' islands includes creation by flooding, connection to the mainland and subsumption into new land. new hampshire books & magazines - craigslist.
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Many of the men who served in the unit hailed from southeastern New Hampshire and western Maine (then part of Massachusetts). Mountaineering Books, Collectible New Hampshire License Plates, Doll Collectors' Guides & Books, New Hampshire Antique North America Atlas Maps, Color Pinups Collectible Vintage & Antique Risque Photos (Pre), Men New Hampshire Fisher Cats Sports Fan Apparel & Souvenirs, New Hampshire Vintage Original Antique North American Maps & AtlasesSeller Rating: % positive.
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The New Loyalist Index, Volume III, Including Cape Cod & Islands, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey and New York Loyalists book.2/5(1).Virtual Visit | Star Island and the Oceanic Hotel New Hampshire's Star Island, the only one of the nine Isles of Shoals openly accessible to visitors, is famous for its stunning scenery, history, commitment to sustainability, and one of the best porches in New England.
Enjoy this virtual visit while you wait to .Smuttynose Island (formerly "Smutty-nose") is one of the Isles of Shoals, located 6 miles (10 km) off the coast of New Hampshire, but actually in the state of Maine, in the United is part of the town of Kittery, in York was named by fishermen, seeing the island at sea level and noticing how the profuse seaweed at one end looked like the "smutty nose" of some vast sea animal.