Historic Map - Pittsfield, NH - 1884

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View of Pittsfield, Merrimack County, N.H., 1884 / drawn & published by Geo. E. Norris.

This panoramic print of Pittsfield, New Hampshire was drawn and published by George E. Norris, Beck & Pauli Lith. in 1884. Pittsfield was settled in the 1700's along the Suncook River. A small dam was created at that location that powered the early mills of the region. In the 1820's a cotton factory was established, churches emerged, a public library was established and the Pittsfield Academy was organized.

As the village progressed, it became apparent that better transportation was needed, leading to the creation of the Suncook Railway. The railroad finally began operations in 1869, enabling products of the area to be transported more easily. It also lured other manufacturers to the region.

In the 1880's, Pittsfield maintained a number of boot and shoe manufactories. In 1881, an empty shoe manufactory was acquired by E. A. Libby who retrofitted the building to create superior ladies’ goods. The Morgan, Dore & Libby firm dissolved in 1884, but continued production under the supervision of Libby.

The map includes labeled roads, buildings, bridges, waterways and railroad route.

Features references to the following locations:

Congregational Church
Calvinist Baptist Church.
Free Will Baptist Church.
Advent Church.
Episcopal Church.
Town Hall.
Post Office, Union Block.
Depot, Suncook Valley R. R.
Gale’s Hotel.
Opera House Block.
The Analecta Office.
D. T. Neal, Job Printing Office.
Mt. Prospect.
Pittsfield National Bank.
Farmer’s Savings Bank.
Pittsfield Savings Bank.
Pittsfield Cotton Mills.
C. B. Lancaster & Co. Mfrs. Women’s Shoes.
C. B. Lancaster & Co. Mfrs. Children’s Shoes.
Morgan, Dore & Libby. Mfrs. Women’s and Misses Shoes.
H. A. Tuttle & Co. Mfrs. Men’s and Youth’s Clothing.
Wm. B. Hartwell, Saw and Shingle Mill.
Maxfield & Griffin, Saw, Planing and Box Mill.
Evans & Page, Planing Mill and Box Manufactory.
Nathan G. Tilton, Cutting Boards and Blocks.
H. W. Bachelder, Carriage Shop.
H. E. Locke, Carriage Painting and Repair Shop.
Tilton & Fleming, Harness Manufactory.
C. H. Lane, Builder and Lumber Dealer.
Frank Emerson, Blacksmith.
David Goodwin, Blacksmith.
Aaron Whittemore, Jr., Attorney.
Edw. A. Lane, Attorney.
Dr. John Wheeler’s Office.
Dr. F. J. Aiken’s Office.
Dr. E. L. Carr’s Office.
Dr. S. W. Young’s Office.
Dr. J. G. Ladd’s Office.
Dr. F. E. Cushing’s Office.
H. A. Tuttle & Co., Fine Tailoring, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, etc.
H. W. Lawrence, Merchant Tailor.
J. E. Hurst, Boots and Shoes.
V. S. Paige, Jeweler.
J. M. Bachelder, Jewelry and Fancy Goods.
E. J. Aiken, Dry Goods.
Geo. Gossman, Dry Goods.
E. O. Sanderson, Dry and Fancy Goods.
H. W. Osgood, Photographs, Frames, Furniture & Carpets.
V. A. Grant, Drugs and Fancy Goods.
Chas M. Bailey, Stoves, Hardware and Grain.
E. B. Ring, Hardware.
David Hill, Stoves, Agricultural Tools, etc.
C. H. Yeaton, Periodicals and Confectionery.
A. E. French, Fruit and Confectionery.
T. F. Gay, Stationery, Fancy Goods and Confectionery.
F. S. Cole, Groceries and Meats.
G. N. Foss, Groceries.
P. H. Adams, Groceries.
C. T. Cram, Groceries.
C. M. Green, Market.
A. Heywood, Hair Dressing Rooms.
Wm. E. Parshley, Custom Boot and Shoe Shop.
Lewis Bunker, Undertaker.
B. F. Kaime, Groceries, Boots and Shoes.
T. P. Tuck, General Merchandise.
Geo. D. L. Noyes, Drugs, Boots and Shoes.
M. G. Caswell, Millinery.


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