The history of Warner, New Hampshire, for one hundred and forty-four years, from 1735 to 1879 . another hyIsaac Dows, near Pleasant pond. Capt. Nicholas Evans, a brother to Benjamin, had atannery near his house (now the Henry H. Davishouse) on Pumpkin Hill road. There was a grist-mill on Willow brook, near A. D.Earnums. John Morgan had a shop on the rivuletat New Market, where he turned out wooden bowls,mortars, trays, &c. There is limestone in Joppa, nearJosiah C. Hardys, and many years ago lime was man-ufactured there. Potter Dimond manufactured earthen ware atDimonds Corner. He had a large,

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The history of Warner, New Hampshire, for one hundred and forty-four years, from 1735 to 1879 . another hyIsaac Dows, near Pleasant pond. Capt. Nicholas Evans, a brother to Benjamin, had atannery near his house (now the Henry H. Davishouse) on Pumpkin Hill road. There was a grist-mill on Willow brook, near A. D.Earnums. John Morgan had a shop on the rivuletat New Market, where he turned out wooden bowls,mortars, trays, &c. There is limestone in Joppa, nearJosiah C. Hardys, and many years ago lime was man-ufactured there. Potter Dimond manufactured earthen ware atDimonds Corner. He had a large, Stock Photo
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The history of Warner, New Hampshire, for one hundred and forty-four years, from 1735 to 1879 . another hyIsaac Dows, near Pleasant pond. Capt. Nicholas Evans, a brother to Benjamin, had atannery near his house (now the Henry H. Davishouse) on Pumpkin Hill road. There was a grist-mill on Willow brook, near A. D.Earnums. John Morgan had a shop on the rivuletat New Market, where he turned out wooden bowls,mortars, trays, &c. There is limestone in Joppa, nearJosiah C. Hardys, and many years ago lime was man-ufactured there. Potter Dimond manufactured earthen ware atDimonds Corner. He had a large,
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The history of Warner, New Hampshire, for one hundred and forty-four years, from 1735 to 1879 . another hyIsaac Dows, near Pleasant pond. Capt. Nicholas Evans, a brother to Benjamin, had atannery near his house (now the Henry H. Davishouse) on Pumpkin Hill road. There was a grist-mill on Willow brook, near A. D.Earnums. John Morgan had a shop on the rivuletat New Market, where he turned out wooden bowls,mortars, trays, &c. There is limestone in Joppa, nearJosiah C. Hardys, and many years ago lime was man-ufactured there. Potter Dimond manufactured earthen ware atDimonds Corner. He had a large, two-story shop orfactory, the foundations of which are yet distinctlyseen. His son. Col. Hiram Dimond, was at one timeengaged in trade at that corner, which was quite abusiness centre. Walter Scott Davis. Davisville, in the south-easterly corner of the town, is one of the beautifulvillages of Warner. It has the finest water-power tobe found on the Almsbury river, and the proprietorsof Number One, quick to avail themselves of everyadvantage, placed their first mills there. It is a man-. ^..^€^RJf^

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