Facts about Manchester
A list of the City Clerks of Manchester from 1846 to the present. Includes years of service.
A brief history of the official City Seal's establishment.
A list of the mayors of the City of Manchester from 1846 to the present. Includes political affiliations, years of service, and other information as available.
Results of local elections held in the City of Manchester since 1846.
Descriptions of city wards between 1846-1894. Descriptions are from the original City Charter and from city directories.
Stories from the Archives
A narrative describing Manchester's City Hall, including its physical history and the political characters and events that have surrounded its fate.
A narrative describing the former governor and mayor's contributions to the City of Manchester.
The story of a young boy who was born a slave in Virginia and found freedom in Manchester.
A brief history of the former Village of Massabesic, which is now a part of the City of Manchester.
This story describes the hard-work and accomplishments of Manchester native and former mayor, James. A Weston.
Biographical information about the Civil War Brigadier General who is buried in Valley Cemetery.
A brief history of the life and times of Charles Lambert, who lived on 40 acres of wilderness near Crystal Lake during the 19th and early 20th Centuries.
A dramatic story about the devastating flood of 1936 and the damaged it caused, including the complete destruction of the City's last zoo.