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New Hampshire History: Digital Collections Initiative

Overseen by the University of New Hampshire Digital Library Committee, the Digital Collections Initiative seeks to document the unique holdings of the University of New Hampshire Library. The materials in these collections deal with a wide range of subjects, including geology, early journalism in the Granite State, literature, and official records of the University. Currently there are fourteen...
Dartmouth Digital Collections: Films

The Dartmouth College Library has crafted digital collections celebrating some well-known alumni (such as Dr. Seuss) and other topics. This particular collection brings together a very fine set of films documenting activities and events that took place on campus. The items here are divided into two sections: Historical Films (1930s-1960s) and Contemporary Films (2008-2012). The Historical Films...
University of New Hampshire: Maps & Atlases

From Durham to Dover, this collection of New Hampshire maps and atlases is a real find for geographers and those who love cartography in general. Items here include the 1892 Hurd Town and City Atlas of New Hampshire, an 1878 atlas of New Hampshire geology, and a remarkable 1717 Gazetter of the State of New Hampshire compiled by Eliphalet and Phinehas Merrill. The site also contains 1,100 historic...
The Granite State in Maps, 1756, 2003

New Hampshire has roots in British colonial history, beginning as part of Massachusetts before it became its own state in 1788. Over the past three centuries or so, explorers and others have seen fit to map the Granite State for purposes political, cultural, and otherwise. This great digital collection from Dartmouth College brings together over 125 maps dating from the early 1770s all the way up...