Source:Secomb, Daniel F. History of the Town of Amherst, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire (First Known as Narragansett Township Number Three, and

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Source History of the town of Amherst, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire (first known as Narragansett Township Number Three, and subsequently as Souhegan 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, biographical sketches of natives and citizens of the town, and a sketch of the Narraganset Fort fight, 19 December 1675
Author Secomb, Daniel F. (Daniel Franklin)
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Place Amherst, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, United States
Subject History
Publication information
Type Miscellaneous
Publisher Evans
Date issued Sleeper & Woodbury, 1883
Place issued Concord, New Hampshire
Citation
Secomb, Daniel F. (Daniel Franklin). History of the town of Amherst, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire (first known as Narragansett Township Number Three, and subsequently as Souhegan 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, biographical sketches of natives and citizens of the town, and a sketch of the Narraganset Fort fight, 19 December 1675. (Concord, New Hampshire: Evans, Sleeper & Woodbury, 1883).
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