How Hampton Citizens Lived in Colonial Times -- Part 1
- 1776 -- 1976 -
The American Revolution Bicentennial
Celebration Committee of Hampton
The Hampton School District, Hampton, NH
Rev. Dr. Henry J. Stonie, Vice Chairman
Rep. Ednapearl F. Parr, Clerk
Phyllis Tucker, Treasurer
|Russell D. Bridle
Harold E. Fernald, Jr.
Margaret S. Lawrence
|Mary L. Loughlin
Fred A. White, Jr.
|John F. Woodburn, Chairman
Olga M. Casassa, Vice Chairman
|Daniel H. Bryant, Sr.
Dr. Russell J. Call
Irene C. Palmer
The American Revolution Bicentennial Celebration Committee of Hampton extends its thanks to the Hampton School District, to the Hampton Municipal Budget Committee and the voters for their support of this project, which is published for the middle-school children of the Town in furtherance of the National Bicentennial theme of "Heritage '76".
Hampton has been recognized as a National Bicentennial Community by the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration of the United States Government.
@ Copyright, 1975, by The American Revolution Bicentennial Celebration Committee of Hampton, New Hampshire, P. O. Box 1776, Hampton, N.H. 03842.
by The News-Journal, Machias, Maine 04654,
Rosemary E. Bachelor, publisher.)
As we celebrate our nation's Bicentennial, many of us wonder about these people who lived so long ago in Hampton. We know they had many of the same feelings we do, but realize their lives were different in many ways. This little booklet will give you a glimpse into their lives. We will take a look at the homes they lived in and the family life they shared, comparing what they ate, drank and wore with what we have today. Pretending we are back in their times, we will look at the jobs they had, how they worked and how they traveled from place to place. Yes, we will even follow the children to school and see how they played.
How lucky we are. We can take a look back at those Hampton citizens who lived 200 years ago and fought for our nation's liberty. They, on the other hand, could never have imagined what our life would be like today. Yet, they dreamed of a better life and struggled to make it possible for us.