Meeting of the Descendants of the Pioneers in the Upper Connecticut Valley Above Old Haverhill in New Hampshire and Newbury in Vermont: The First Settlement in the Upper Valley was on April Nineteen. 
Association, 1919 - Connecticut River Valley - 42 pages
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Albert Russell Savage Applause April 19 Association of Descendants Aunt Polly banquet became Bingham born Boston Brown then read chaplain Chilton church cloud-capped granite Colebrook Colonel Benton Colonel Everett Connecticut River dear Drew Early Settlers father Fifteen Mile Falls glad Grout Guildhall Hampshire Hobart Houlton JOHN JUDGE ALDRICH Judge Edgar Aldrich Judge Remick Justice Albert Russell Ladies and Gentlemen Lancaster land Laughter lawyer letter Lincoln little boy lived look Massachusetts McCall meeting Mountain Nancy Hanks Newbury nock Mountain north country ocean cables old Haverhill old New England Ossian Ray Parker House Philip Carpenter pioneer Plaisted Pollyanna President Reverend Edward Cummings Richard Clair Everett salt cod side SINCLAIR WEEKS Stockwell sturdy sugaring-off Supreme Court tell thing tonight town United States Senator Upper Connecticut Valley Upper Valley Vermont Vice-President walk Washburn wear the cedar Weeks wilderness woman women Woods young
Page 19 - THE OLD OAKEN BUCKET. How dear to this heart are the scenes of my childhood, When fond recollection presents them to view!
Page 43 - Hurrah for old New England! And her cloud-capped granite hills. Shall not the land, tho' poor she be, That gave a Webster birth, With pride, step forth to take her place With the mightiest of the earth? Then for his sake, whose lofty fame Our farthest bound'ries fill, We'll shout for old New England And her cloud-capped granite hills.
Page 43 - Others may seek the western clime, They say 'tis passing fair. That sunny are its laughing skies And soft its balmy air; We'll linger round our childhood's home, 'Till age our warm blood chills. 'Till we die in old New England, And sleep beneath her hills. CHORUS : Hurrah, &c. * The author of tills popular sone U a well-known citizen of Keene. He wrote It originally, " Hurrah for old New Hampshire,
Page 43 - Our spring time care and toil; Yet gaily sings the merry boy As the homestead farm he tills, Hurrah for old New England And her cloud-capped granite hills.
Page 43 - Till death our quick blood stills, Hurrah for old New England! And her cloud-capped granite hills. CHORUS : Hurrah for old New England! And her cloud-capped granite hills. Hurrah for old New England ! And her cloud-capped granite hills. Shall not the land tho' poor she be That gave a Webster birth.