Amsden Manuscript - Photo Galleries


The originals of the Amsden Manuscript photo collection are in the Tuck Library at the New Hampshire Historical Society.
Anyone interested in viewing or obtaining original copies of these photos should contact Tuck Library Special Collections at (603) 856-0647.

Amsden Galleries Gallery 1    Gallery 2    Gallery 3    Gallery 4    Gallery 5    Gallery 6    

                                          
Gallery 7    Gallery 8    Gallery 9   Gallery 10  Gallery 11  Gallery 12
 


Gallery 1 contains photographs from the Amsden Manuscript, Volume 1,Chapters 1-10

Chapter 1  The Land of the Pennycooks
Chapter 2  Viewing of a Promised Land
Chapter 3  Building a Town in the Wilderness
Chapter 4  "Faith of Our Fathers"
Chapter 5  Pennycook Plantation Becomes the Town of Rumford
Chapter 6  Early Houses in Rumford
Chapter 7  Men of Rumford
Chapter 8  1746
Chapter 9  Years of Bitter Injustice:  The Bow Controversy
Chapter 10 French and Indian Wars:  1754-1762

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Gallery 2 contains photographs from the Amsden Manuscript, Volume 1, Chapters 11, 12, and 13
 

Chapter 11 Concord in 1766
Chapter 12 Farms Along the Village Street
Chapter 13 Hill Farms Over the River

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Gallery 3  contains photographs from the Amsden Manuscript, Volume 1,Chapter 14, and Volume 2, Chapter 15

Chapter 14  Along Contoocook River
Chapter 15 
"Upon Contoocook Road North of Nathan Colby's"

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Gallery 4 contains photographs from the Amsden Manuscript, Volume 2, Chapter 16

Chapter 16  The Mills on Turkey River

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Gallery 5 contains photographs from the Amsden Manuscript, Volume 2, Chapter 17

Chapter 17  "Upon Hopkinton Road...West of Turkey River"

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Gallery 6 contains photographs from the Amsden Manuscript, Volume 2, Chapters 18 and 19

Chapter 18  Concord Street 1775 and During the Revolution

Chapter 19  Patriots and Tories

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Gallery 7  contains photographs from the Amsden Manuscript, Volume 2, Chapters 20 and  21

Chapter 20  Mast Yard, Horse-Hill and Dagody.  School District No. 1

Chapter 21  The Town of Concord

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Gallery 8 contains photographs from the Amsden Manuscript, Volume 2, Chapters 22 and  23

Chapter 22  The Town Surveys its Main Street

Chapter 23  "The Fort":  East Concord Village

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Gallery 9  contains photographs from the Amsden Manuscript, Volume 2, Chapter 24

Chapter 24  Old School Districts - No. 4 and No. 5 and Little Pond

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Gallery 10  contains photographs from the Amsden Manuscript, Volume 2, Chapters 25 and 26

Chapter 25  Villages Along the Boscawen Road

Chapter 26  Destiny

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Gallery 11  contains photographs from the Amsden Manuscript, Volume 2, Chapter 27, and Volume 3, Chapters 28 and Chapter 29

Chapter 27  Concord Street 1809

Chapter 28  A Capital for New Hampshire

Chapter 29  When Concord was a Boating Center

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Gallery 12  contains photographs from the Amsden Manuscript, Volume 3, Chapters 30-36

Chapter 30  Prosperous Years, 1810-1820

Chapter 31  Rev. Nathaniel Bouton, D.D.

Chapter 32  Lafayette 1825

Chapter 33  Concord, 1825-1830

Chapter 34  A Century of Development

Chapter 35  President Andrew Jackson Visits Isaac Hill

Chapter 36  1834

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