Books About New Hampshire
Port Of Dover: Two Centuries Of Shipping On The Cocheco

Whitehouse, Robert A. & Catherine C. Beaudoin
(Portsmouth Marine Society, 1987)

One hundred years ago Dover, N.H. was an important port of call rivaling the success of Portsmouth, N.H. This major historical study covers Dover's settlement in the early 1600's through the late 1700's when the Cocheco River was the focus of Dover's economic livelihood. In the 19th century Dover became the trading center for inland communities, linking towns far from the sea with Boston, MA, Portsmouth & the world.
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