Farmer's Collections relating to New Hampshire

Updated: Feb 4, 2019

If you are researching early settlers of New Hampshire, you won't want to miss this series of books published between 1822 and 1824 by J. Farmer and E. B. Moore. He covered all the bases. See the contents below.

Collections, Topographical, Historical and Biographical, relating principally to New Hampshire, Edited by J. Farmer and J. B. Moore, 1822. Volume 1 [Read] Contents:

  • Historical sketches of Indian Wars, battles and exploits; of the adventures and sufferings of captives

  • Topographical descriptions of towns and places in New Hampshire, with their history, civil and ecclesiastical

  • Biographical memoirs and anecdotes of eminent and remarkable persons in New Hampshire, or who have had connection with its settlement and history

  • Statistical tables; tables of births, diseases and deaths

  • Meteorological observations, and facts relating to climate

Collections, Historical and Miscellaneous; and Monthly Literary Journal, Edited by J. Farmer and J. B. Moore, 1823. Volume 2 [Read] Contents:

  • Historical sketches of Indian Wars and of the sufferings of the captives

  • Civil, political and ecclesiastical history

  • Topographical sketches

  • Memoirs and anecdotes of eminent persons

  • Original communications on various subjects

  • Miscellaneous collections from American journals

  • Poetry...original and selected

  • Original letters; anecdotes, and curious fragments

  • Agricultural experiments and useful inventions

  • Statistical tables

  • Meteorological observations

  • Literary notices

  • Occurrences at home and abroad

  • Casualties and deaths

Collections, Historical and Miscellaneous, and Monthly Literary Journal, Edited by J. Farmer and J. B. Moore, 1824. Volume 3 [Read] Contents:

  • Historical sketches of Indian Wars and of the sufferings of the captives

  • Civil, political and ecclesiastical history

  • Topographical sketches

  • Memoirs and anecdotes of eminent persons

  • Original communications on various subjects

  • Miscellaneous collections from American journals

  • Poetry, original and selected

  • Original letters; anecdotes, and curious fragments

  • Agricultural experiments and useful inventions

  • Statistical tables

  • Literary notices

  • Casualties and deaths

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