Category: New Hampshire

New Hampshire Culture

Culture in New Hampshire             The culture of New Hampshire was comprised of farmers and working class people that worked in cities near the ocean. Many people lived in log cabins and had fireplaces to keep warm during the winters.…

New Hampshire and Religion

The dominant religion in New Hampshire during the 1780’s was Protestant. New Hampshire didn’t have many laws against religious freedoms of its citizens expect when electing people to office such as the senate and House of Representatives. The New Hampshire…

New Hampshire and Slavery

Slavery in New Hampshire             The New Hampshire Constitution stated that  “all men are born equal and independent,” but that clause did not mean that slavery was not present in New Hampshire during the 1780s. In fact,…

New Hampshire Constitution (New)

Davis Tailer Decade of Decisions: 1780’s Dr. Strom 9/25/12 New Hampshire Constitution New Hampshire outlined a Constitution in 1776 and in 1784 the New Hampshire government made changes and rearrangements before finalizing it that year. The finalized Constitution of New…

Women in New Hampshire

Decision: 1780’s 10/30/12 Dr. Strom Women in New Hampshire             New Hampshire was very similar to other states with its treatment of women rural or urban. Women during this era did not have many rights compared to men. Women in…

New Hampshire Revolution (New)

Davis Tailer Decade of Decisions: 1780’s Dr. Strom 9/25/12 New Hampshire during the Revolution             New Hampshire did not play a major role during the revolution besides supplying militia and the raid on Fort William and Mary in 1774, which…

New Hampshire Economy

Davis Tailer Decade of Decisions: 1780’s 10/30/12 Dr. Strom New Hampshire’s Economy in the 1780’s Historians use tax records, clerks’ records, and proprietors’ records to understand the economy of colonial times along with the state of New Hampshire since many…