6 edition of statue erected by the state of New Hampshire in honor of General John Stark found in the catalog.
|Statement||Published under the authority of the governor and Council.|
|LC Classifications||E207.S79 N5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||14004849|
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Book printed to commemorate the building of a monument to General John Stark, a soldier in both the French Indian War and the American Revolution.
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Book “The Statue Erected by the State of New Hampshire in Honor of General John Stark a Sketch of its Inception, Erection and Dedication”62pp. quarto, Manchester, New Hampshire, The State of New Hampshire first considered a monument to General Stark in Working with a concurrent resolution of the House and Senate, Governor and Council appointed General George Stark, a descendent, to make inquiries about possible sculptors for a.
The statue, made from New Hampshire granite, was presented to Governor Lane Dwinell, who acepted the monument for the state. Mrs. Maurice Mullen of Concord, a Gold Star Mother, unveiled the memorial.
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