Looking Back with Aurore Eaton
On Sept. 21, 1933, The Union newspaper announced that Tremont Common, located in the heart of Manchester's downtown, would now be known as Pulaski Park. 0
Tremont Square in Manchester, bordered by Bridge, Union, High and Pine streets, was established in 1848. It was one of the four original parks included as part of the city plan developed by the... 0
On Aug. 18, 1805, Thomas Jefferson wrote a letter to retired Maj. Gen. John Stark who, at the age of 76, was enjoying retirement at his large farm on what is now River Road in north Manchester. 0
In July 1776, a large contingent of the Continental Army relocated from Crown Point, N.Y., on the west bank of Lake Champlain, to Fort Ticonderoga, seven miles to the south. 0
THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR ended on Sept. 3, 1783 with the signing of the Treaty of Paris. That November, retired Maj. Gen. John Sullivan (1740-1795) of Durham became the first president of the New... 0
After arriving in Philadelphia in November 1780 as a New Hampshire representative to the Second Continental Congress, John Sullivan represented the state's interests diligently. 0
Brig. Gen. John Sullivan retired from the Continental Army in November 1779. He spent the next few months re-establishing his law practice and other businesses in Durham, N.H., hoping to restore the... 0
In 1774 John Sullivan was elected as a New Hampshire representative to the First Continental Congress, and in 1775 he joined the Continental Army so that he could do his part in fighting for American... 0
In the early months of the Revolutionary War, Major Gen. John Sullivan of Durham, New Hampshire, proved his worth as a senior officer in the Continental Army. Commander-in-Chief George Washington was... 0
On Dec. 20, 1776, Maj. Gen. John Sullivan of NH rendezvoused with commander-in-chief Gen. George Washington in eastern Pennsylvania above Trenton Falls on the Delaware River. 0
In June 1776, New Hampshire's John Sullivan faced his first major challenge as an officer in the Continental Army when he led 2,500 soldiers in a retreat from Quebec after the American plan to invade... 0
In June 1775, John Sullivan of Durham was in Philadelphia as a New Hampshire delegate to the Second Continental Congress when he was appointed as a Brigadier General in the new Continental Army. 0
When the President of the United States says, "It is frankly disgusting the press is able to write whatever it wants to write," it should be of great...
Manchester officials have pulled out the adjectives and personal stories in pitches to Amazon to snag the online retailer's second headquarters.
Some Newmarket business owners are struggling to attract customers during construction work on Route 108.
Wolfeboro police officer Michael Straugh testified Monday that when he arrived at Christina Fay's home on June 16 to serve an arrest warrant and...
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