The Ninth State: New Hampshire's Formative Years

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INDEX
Adams, Ebenezer, 319, 335, 339, 453 (n. 51)
Adams, John, 6, 151, 155, 158, 165, 176, 183-84, 330
Adams, John Quincy, 77, 236, 241, 244, 261, 264, 331, 333-34, 457 (n. 18), 461 (n. 8)
“Address to the Clergy of New England, ” 189
Address to the Electors of New Hampshire, 217
Admiralty court (N. H. ), 104, 119
Age of Reason, 169
Agriculture. See Industry, farmers and farming
Albany (N. Y. ) Gazette, 332
Alden, Timothy, 419 (n. 17)
Alien and Sedition Acts, 156, 416 (n. 17)
Allen, Amasa, 254
Allen, Samuel, 42
Allen, William, 308, 335, 339, 341-43, 446 (n. 2), 459 (n. 51), 460 (n. 90)
Allen Proprietors, 41-44, 49, 63
Alton, N. H., 197
American (Hanover), 453 (n. 35)
American Patriot (Concord), 137, 145-46, 257. See also New Hampshire Patriot (Concord)
American Revolution. See Revolutionary War
Ames, Fisher, 169
Amherst, N. H., 198, 131, 382; and cur- rency problems, 46, 81, 120, 376, 378, 415 (n. 88); political alignments in, 173-74, 386; legislature meets in, 200; and U. S. Constitution, 378, 380, 415 (n. 88); growth of, 400
Amoskeag Falls, 7, 193, 196
Amoskeag Mills, 193
Andover, N. H., 77
Andover Academy, 97, 300, 460 (n. 72)
Anglican church. See Episcopal church
Annapolis Convention, 67
Antifederalists, 70-72, 75-76, 84-85, 378
Appeal to the Old Whigs of New Hamp- shire, 219
Apthorp, N. H., 368
Article 6 (N. H. Bill of Rights), 89-91, 129, 353, 382
Articles of Confederation, 12, 18, 126
Assembly. See Legislature
Assumption. See Congress (U. S. ), and as- sumption of state debts
Atherton, Charles Humphrey, 103, 330, 432 (n. 44), 456 (nn. 7, 9), 457 (n. 11)
Atherton, Joshua, 32, 103, 114, 127-28, 142, 177, 330, 440 (n. 26); and U. S. con- stitution, 61, 75, 77-79, 413 (n. 60)
Atkinson, George King, 64, 405 (n. 23), 411 (n. 11)
Atkinson, William King, 186, 221, 333
Atkinson, N. H., 51, 81, 173, 232, 378, 382, 390, 398, 415 (nn. 87, 88)
Backus, Isaac, 88, 92
Badger, Joseph, 75
Bank of the United States, 116, 118, 121, 199, 258; Second Bank, 330
Banks. See Industry, banking
Baptist church, 9, 90-93, 205-6, 208, 416 (nn. 16, 17); growth of, 81-82, 87-88, 201-3; in politics, 230-31, 246, 350, 354
Barrett, Charles, 75
Barrington, N. H., 172-73, 251, 281, 378, 386, 396, 398, 437 (n. 50)
Barstow, George, 75
Bartlett, Ezra, 274, 448 (n. 24), 452 (n. 13)
Bartlett, Ichabod, 197, 338, 354, 459 (nn. 66, 67)
Bartlett, Josiah (father), 22, 99, 107, 109, 112, 127, 142; as N. H. president and governor, 32, 100, 114, 120, 144, 161; and U. S. Constitution, 61, 70, 73
Bartlett, Josiah (son), 276, 315, 327-28, 440 (n. 38)
Bartlett, Levi, 185, 187, 274, 300, 327, 448 (n. 24), 452 (n. 13)

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  • The Ninth State - New Hampshire's Formative Years *
  • Contents *
  • Foreword *
  • Preface *
  • Chapter 1 - Revolutionary New Hampshire *
  • Chapter 2 - Constitution Making *
  • Chapter 3 - Peace and Depression *
  • Chapter 4 - Personal Politics *
  • Chapter 5 - A Fragment of Social History *
  • Chapter 6 - In the Federal Union *
  • Chapter 7 - Constitutional Revision *
  • Chapter 8 - The Rise of Parties *
  • Chapter 9 - Federalists and Republicans *
  • Chapter 10 - Federalist Decline *
  • Chapter 11 - The Old Order Yieldeth *
  • Chapter 12 - Democracy Triumphant *
  • Chapter 13 - Federalist Collapse *
  • Chapter 14 - Blockade and Embargo *
  • Chapter 15 - Drifting Toward War *
  • Chapter 16 - In the War with England *
  • Chapter 17 - The Indian Summer of Federalism *
  • Chapter 18 - Peace Abroad: War at Home *
  • Chapter 19 - Tribulations *
  • Chapter 20 - The Demise of Federalism *
  • Chapter 21 - Reform and Freedom *
  • Appendix - Maps and Explanations *
  • Notes *
  • Index *
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