Historical New Hampshire, Volume 61, No. 1, Spring 2007


This themed issue of the New Hampshire Historical Society's journal, "Too Long in the Shadows: The Black Presence in New Hampshire," features a foreward by David H. Watters, an introduction by Valerie Cunningham, and three articles: "'Natives of Africa, Now Forcibly Detained': The Slave Petitioners of Revolutionary Portsmouth" by Robert B. Dishman; "Freedom Earned, Equality Denied: Evolving Race Relations in Exeter and Vicinity, 1776-1876" by David T. Dixon; and "Rural Free Black Settlement in Post-Revolutionary New Hampshire: A Study of Five Towns" by Lynn Clark and Rebecca Courser.

Editor: Donna-Belle Garvin

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