This week in Concord history

April 7, 1774: The New Hampshire Assembly, predecessor of the Legislature, reconvenes after a long hiatus. It does not immediately choose a new committee of correspondence, the vehicle by which the colonies share information about acts of Parliament, but will soon do so in response to British efforts to control the Port of Boston.   April 7, 1965: The Monitor reports on plans for a new $1.2 million state liquor store on Storrs...

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