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Portsmouth Then and Now

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The more things change, the more they stay the same. This special archive include 50 comparisons between Portsmouth now and in the 19th century. Images from the collection of Bill and Connie Warren. And don't miss the great OLD MAPS of Portsmouth clickable below.
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Maps of Portsmouth

Portsmouth 1813
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1813 map
Portsmouth 1850
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Portsmouth 1877
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Portsmouth Aerial c1920 New Item
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Portsmouth Today
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  • About the Authors
    Portsmouth Then & NowConnie and Bill Warren are Portsmouth, NH residents. Connie grew up in the 1940s and 50s in New Castle and attended Portsmouth schools. They met when Bill, born in Macon, GA and educated in Australia, was a summer resident of North Hampton, NH during the same era. As local historians they have gathered a large collection of picture postcards, photographs, maps, and artifacts. Many of their items were from the Sweetser collection and donated to the Special Collections Department of the Diamond Library at the University of New Hampshire. They have loaned numerous photographs and artifacts concerning William Lowell Hill, Interim Congressional Medal of Honor recipient) to the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard 1905 Russia-Japan Peace Treaty Room and Museum. Their old photos and postcards have appeared in "The Seacoast of New Hampshire," by Robert C. Gilmore and Bruce E. Ingmire, and in the Portsmouth Herald. Their book is available from ARCADIA Publishing.

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