The History of New Ipswich: From Its First Grant in MDCCXXXVI, to the Present Time: with Genealogical Notices of the Principal Families, and Also the Proceedings of the Centennial Celebration, September 11, 1850

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Gould and Lincoln, 1852 - New Ipswich (N.H.) - 488 pages
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