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Inhabitants of New Hampshire, 1776

Emily S. Wilson

Inhabitants of New Hampshire, 1776

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Published by Hunterdon House in Lambertville, N.J. (38 Swan St., Lambertville 08530) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Hampshire,
  • New Hampshire.
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- New Hampshire.,
    • New Hampshire -- Genealogy.,
    • New Hampshire -- Census, 1776.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEmily S. Wilson.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF33 .W72 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination124 p. ;
      Number of Pages124
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2991752M
      LC Control Number84246575


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Inhabitants of New Hampshire, by Emily S. Wilson; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Registers of births, Genealogy, Census, ; Places: New Hampshire. This is a really neat volume that basically serves as a "census" for New Hampshire inhabitants in In the spring of that year, men aged 21 and older had to sign an oath of loyalty to the Colonies against the British forces; those who refused were disarmed.

This lists the names of the men who signed, and also those who did not/5. Inhabitants of New Hampshireby Emily S. Wilson, is a list of adult male inhabitants living in New Hampshire in This records was originally published in Peter Force’s American Archives, in In response to a Continental Congress resolution that all those not willing to sign the Association to defend 1776 book cause of the colonies should be disarmed, the New Hampshire Committee of.

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In effect this resulted in a unique census. New Hampshire Census: This is an alphabetized list from the "New Hampshire Association Test of " found in "Miscellaneous Revolutionary Documents of New Hampshire" published in Manchester, New Hampshire, Published as: Holbrook, Jay Mack.

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Inhabitants of New Hampshire, Emily S. Wilson Inat the outset of the American Revolution, the New Hampshire Committee of Safety directed that all males over the age of twenty-one sign the Association Test--a kind of loyalty oath to the Patriot cause. “The New Hampshire Constitution ofpp.“An Address of the Convention for Framing a new Constitution of Government for the State of New-Hampshire, to the inhabitants of said State, New Hampshire: Printed and to be sold, at the Printing Offices in Portsmouth and Exeter.

MDCCLXXXI.” pp. This is a compilation of lists of inhabitants of New York on the eve of the Revolution, which originally appeared in a variety of out-of-the-way publications.

Covering New York City and the Long Island counties of Suffolk and Queens, this work lists militiamen, minutemen, guards, Loyalists, members of the Committees of Safety, signers (and non.

The New Hampshire Constitution was replaced with a new one inbut the expression of a colony that we might say started out with an identity crisis, including boundary disputes and attachments to other states, to declare itself independent of those who would exercise oppressive rule over it, is significant.

To the inhabitants of New York. My dear friends and fellow citizens. At a time when slavery is clanking her infernal chains, and tyranny stands ready with goads and whips to enforce Evans ; On verso: Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML.

The Constitution of the State of New Hampshire is the fundamental law of the State of New Hampshire, with which all statute laws must constitution became effective June 2,when it replaced the state's constitution of The constitution is divided into two parts: a Bill of Rights and a Form of tions of each part are known as articles.

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any other American colony, New Hampshire drafted a constitution in January that effectively declared the province independent from Great Britain. To defend themselves from British troops “Destroying the Lives and Properties of the Colonists in many Places with Fire & Sword,” New Hampshire patriots assembled an.

The New Hampshire Line was a formation within the Continental Army. The term "New Hampshire Line" referred to the quota of numbered infantry regiments assigned to New Hampshire at various times by the Continentaltogether with similar contingents from the other twelve states, formed the Continental Line.

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History of New Hampshire Indians - The French Indian Wars The French and Indian Wars ( - ) was a generic names for a series of wars, battles and conflicts involving the French colonies in Canada and Louisiana and the 13 British colonies, which included New Hampshire, consisting of King William's War (), Queen Anne's War (), King George's War ( - ) and the.

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IN CONGRESS AT EXETER, January 5, VOTED, That this Congress take up CIVIL GOVERNMENT for this colony in manner and form following, viz. WE, the members of the Congress of New Hampshire, chosen and appointed by the free suffrages of the people of said colony, and authorized and empowered by them to meet together, and use such means and pursue such measures as we.

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7th, Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available "Phonographic report by Dr. James W. Stone." Also available in digital form. N CONGRESS AT EXETER, January 5, VOTED, That this Congress take up CIVIL GOVERNMENT for this colony in manner and form following, viz.

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II.CONGRESS AT EXETER, January 5, VOTED, That this Congress take up CIVIL GOVERNMENT for this colony in manner and form following, viz.

WE, the members of the Congress of New Hampshire, chosen and appointed by the free suffrages of the people of said colony, and authorized and empowered by them to meet together, and use such means and pursue such measures as we should judge best .