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"Upper Ashuelot"; a history of Keene New Hampshire

by the Keene History Committee

© City of Keene

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Upper Ashuelot book cover Book in two parts:
Preface through Chapter 6
Chapter 7 through Index
Title Page, Preface, etc.
(pg.i-vi)
Business and Industry
by A. Harold Kendall (pg.457-528)
Endpaper Keene Glass
by Kay Fox (pg.529-560)
Narrative of Keene, N.H. 1732-1967
by David Proper (pg. 1-225)
Newspapers
by Grace B. Prentiss (pg.561-569)
Political and Governmental Development
by Ruth Seaver Kirk (pg.226-257)
The Keene Fire Department
by H. Emile De Rosier (pg.570-580)
Blocks, Keene, N.H.
by Jane Elliot Larson (pg.258-281)
Weather
by Merton Goodrich (pg.581-602)
Highways and Byways of Keene
by Muriel E. Robbins (pg.282-345)
Cemeteries and Burying Grounds
by Esther P. Cook (pg.603-613)
Historic Homes of Keene
by Marjorie Whalen Smith (pg.346-393)
Music in Keene
by Gardner Barrett (pg.614-620)
Transportation
by Marium E. Foster (pg.394-411)
Population Growth of Keene (pg.621)
Religious Development of the Community
by John C. Perry (pg.412-443)
Index (pg.623-728)
Schools
by Laurence O. Thompson (pg.444-456)
Aerial Photo of Keene
Aerial Photo of Main St.

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