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History of the town of Antrim, New Hampshire By W.R. Cochrane

N.H. Historical Society

Town of Antrim

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Antrim Historical Society    P.O. Box 172   Antrim, New Hampshire   03440

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James A. Tuttle Library

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These items may be purchased at the James A. Tuttle Library or you can us with your shipping  information and we will determine the additional postage cost.

                                                 Members                $38.00                                                  Non-members       $42.00

Parades and Promenades, Antrim, New Hampshire…the second hundred years

A lively and entertaining history of Antrim that picks up where Cochrane, an earlier Antrim historian, leaves off. Beautifully illustrated with historic photographs and filled with fascinating tidbits of Antrim lore. Written by members of the Town History Committee, published in 1977.

                                                Members                $19.00                                                 Non-members       $21.00

A Stroll Through Antrim, New Hampshire

A pictorial history of Antrim, published by the Antrim Historical Society in 1997. “An informative and entertaining armchair visit to Antrim in a long-ago time.”

                                                Members                $10.00                                                 Non-members       $12.00

Antrim Historical Society Tote Bag

Spacious and sturdy canvas tote bag, available in navy or burgundy. Snap closure, exterior pocket.

                                            Members                $7.00                                             Non-members       $8.00

Reproduction of historic Map of Antrim, 1887

This bird’s eye view print of Antrim and Clinton Village was drawn and published by George E. Norris in 1887. This illustration includes labeled roads, buildings, waterways and railroad route. Featured is an inset of Clinton Village.