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Brewster's Rambles Online

#120.  Did Arson Cause the 1813 Fire?   new

#119.  Family Farms Near Portsmouth   new

#105.  The Paper Money Riot of 1786   new

#113.  New Caslte Before the Bridges  new

#114;   Court Martial Insanity Plea in 1814 

#115.  Ft. Constitution Explsodes on July 4  

#132.  Tales of Old Spring Market   

#89.   Langdon Farm and Family Plot  

#135.  Bustling Wharves in the Age of Sail 

#94.  Odd Portsmouth Laws from 1699 

#97.   Some Stories of Christian Shore 

#131. Smallpox Parties on Shapley Island 

#134. The Hey-Day of Privateering 

#146. The Graves in St. John's Churchyard  

#145.  The Former Men of Portsmouth 

#149. 50 Years in a Printing Office 

#143. The Old Bell Tavern 

#139. My Brother Bob

#86. A Frend Visit to Portsmouth 1782

#96. Tales of the NH Gazette

#57. Old Squire Cemetery

#65. Gardner's Golden Arch

#30. Portsmouth in 1727

#24. The Treadwell's Many Houses

#15. The Missing Mansion

#16. A River Ran Though It

#19. The Governor's Lady

#20. Joshua Wentworth

#83. Islands in the Piscataqua

#81. John Langdon's Family Tree

#79. More Tidbits from Downtown

#78. More Tales of Congress Street

#77. The First Three Episcopal Churches

#76. Three Generations of Shade Trees

#75. Deer Street to Christian Shore

#74. Market, Bow & Penhallow Streets

#73. Stories of Old Congress Street

#72. No Huddled Masses in Early Portsmouth

#71. The Portsmouth Tea Party

#70. Brewster recalls the former church amd its history

#69. The Revolutionary Rev. Samuel Haven

#68. Down Old Pleasant Street

#67. Dancing at Stoodley's Hall

#64. First Public Female Schools

#63. Lost Fortune of Mary Driscol

#62. An Ancient Lady Recalls Old Market Street

#61. The Heroic Life of William Brewster

#60. The Daring Deed of William Rindge

#56. Col. Pierse Long, Unsung Revolutionary

#55. Tales of the Clarkson Family

#80. Highlights of Dan Peirce's Diary

#58. Market Square in 1789

#52. Washington's Portsmouth Diary

#51. Final Tales of an Old Gentleman

#50. The Murder at Frenchman's Lane

#49. Mr. Ladd's Amazing Aqueduct

#48. The Fearsome Wyseman Claggett

#47. Eleazer Russell's Old Customs House

#46. The Man Who Taught the Patriots

#45. Pickering Masterminds Fort Raid

#44. The Association Test of 1776

#42. Many Residents of Sagamore Creek

#41. The Eccentric Shepherd Ham

#40. Whipping & Beating in Market Square

#39. Revolution at the William Pitt Tavern

#38. The Launch of the Flying Stagecoach

#37. Cutting Up at the Barber shop

#36. The Witty "Doctor" Moses

#35. Stamp Act Rebels on Vaughan Street

#34. Hidden Gold in the Old Cellar?

#33. Rope Spinning in the Early Days

#32. The Rich Short Life of George Boyd

#31. The Disappearing Bridegroom of Bow St.

#23. Mason & Gaines Family History

#22. The Earliest Pauper Work-House

#29. The Old Whipple Garrison House

#28. William Whipple Slaves & Lovers

#59. Two Murdered in Auburn Cemetery

#27. Some Old Stories of John Sullivan

#26. The Livermore Family Survives a Revolution

#25. Murals in the Warner House

#18. Memories of the Old Atkinson House

#21. The Parkers of Portsmouth

#14. The Tales of Three Pastors

#13. Among the Tombs of Old New Castle

#9. Names of Portsmouth Inhabitants in 1678

#10. The First Meeting House - Seating of Occupants

Was CWB the Last Man to See the Old Statehouse?

#12. In Search of the City's First Public School

#8. Two Very Powerful Pickerings (Part 2)

#7. Portsmouth's Early Pickerings (Part 1)

#6. The Glebe Land--Its location and occupancy

#5. President Cutt's Will & Ursula's Murder (Late 1600s)

#4. Dividing Up The Town (1660)

#3. How Portsmouth Got It's Name

Brewster Was Also a Poet:
The Locomotive and the Snow-flake
The Vane of the Old North Church

#118. The Yellow Fever of 1798

#112. A Sketch of New Castle

#1. Martin Pring, John Smith and Early Exploration

#2. Visit At Odiorne's Point And The Manor House

#11. Indian Wars on the Plains

#17. British Governors Wentworth and Martha Hilton

#43. Slaves in Portsmouth

#54. The Lears and the Washingtons

#66. Daniel Webster's Residence in Portsmouth

#82. The Ship "America" and John Paul Jones

#85. Pannaway, First Settlement in New Hampshire

#104. The Riot of 1786

#144. Witchcraft in Portsmouth

#147. Weeks House in Greenland

BREWSTER'S RAMBLES - FULL INDEX

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