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Format: The collection includes introductory essays by Mildred L. Saunders and Professor John Hurd.
Media: 15 reels of 35mm microfilm
Coverage Dates: Mid-18th Century to 19th Century
Sources Covered: Over 7,500 index cards

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Over 7,500 index cards in this collection record the genealogical history of the inhabitants of Hanover, New Hampshire. Dr. Gilman Dubois Frost (1864-1942), physician and genealogist, meticulously compiled these records that include statistics dating back to the town's founding in the mid-18th century.

These archival records constitute a tremendous resource for the study of the history of Hanover, its surrounding region, and New England.

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