A History of Dartmouth College and the Town of Hanover, New Hampshire, Volume 1

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J. Wilson and son, 1891 - Hannover (N.H.)
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Collection consists of research materials for Chase's work, A history of Dartmouth College and the town of Hanover, New Hampshire (published as: A history of Dartmouth College and the town of Hanover, New Hampshire. --Cambridge : John Wilson and Son, c1891). Also includes research materials for the second volume of the work, which was completed by John King Lord, entitled A history of Dartmouth College, 1815-1909 (published as: A history of Dartmouth College, 1815-1909. -- Concord, N.H. : Rumford Press, c1913), and A History of the Town of Hanover, N.H., by John King Lord, edited by Arthur Fairbanks, *published as : A History of the Town of Hanover, N.H. -- Hanover, N.H.: The Dartmouth Press, c.1928.).

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