History of the Old Township of Dunstable: Including Nashua, Nashville, Hollis, Hudson, Litchfield, and Merrimac, N.H. ; Dunstable and Tyngsborough, Mass
Part of Dunstable was transferred to New Hampshire in 1741 when the boundary line was established.
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