Northwood History Links
Northwood Historical Society

Links of interest to students of Northwood History

Research links

The NH Almanac is a fun and informative site for students of all ages. Compiled by the New Hampshire State Library, the Almanac brings you information about the people and places that make New Hampshire a great place to live, visit or study.

A list of Town addresses to which requests for Vital Records look-ups and queries may be sent.

The History of Northwood from History of Rockingham County, New Hampshire and Representative Citizens by Charles A. Hazlett, Richmond-Arnold Publishing Co., Chicago, Ill., 1915

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Civil War

Mike Pride, the editor of the Concord (N.H.) Monitor and Mark Travis, the Monitor's editorial page editor, have written a book about the 5th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry.  It is said that this unit suffered the greatest losses of any regiment in the Civil War.  Click here to read about the book, My Brave Boys

If you're looking for someone who served in the Civil War from another town or even another state, or for information on regimental movements, you'll probably find it at  New Hampshire Heritage, 1861 - 1865.

Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War. Dedicated to promoting and preserving the civil war and its Veterans. Dan Meehan, Camp Commander. CharlesW.Canney Camp #5.

Links to our New Hampshire Neighbors:

Rochester (NH) Historical Society

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Revised 4/15/2005