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Elizabeth A. "Lizzie" Young 1905 Diary
Presented and transcribed by Diane Marden May 28, 2004 Belmont NH Heritage Commission
Elizabeth A. "Lizzie" Young 1905 Diary
Failed Kennedy Assassination Plot
The Kennedy Assassin Who Failed - Smithsonian Magazine December 6, 2012
Researching your old house
Andrew Cushing of the NH Preservation Alliance visited us in April 2018. He's consollidated his tips and tricks in the blog post linked here.
Where to start
local resources for local searches
Specific Belmont History Sources and where to find them
Local History Sources
Belmont Heritage Commission
The Belmont Heritage Commission was founded by citizens at the 2004 Town Meeting.  Under New Hampshire law RSA 674:44-b as a Land Use Board, we promote recognition, use and protection of the unique historic and cultural resources of Belmont, and also integrate preservation planning as a partnership with individuals, businesses, Town boards and other appropriate groups.  (Adopted by the Belmont Heritage Commission on January 13, 2005)

Belmont Historical Society
The purpose of the Belmont Historical Society, which was established in 1969 is to bring together those who have an interest in preserving and recording the history of our area.The Belmont Historical Society is a non-profit, 501C(3) organization run by volunteers and funded by annual membership dues, donations and proceeds from various fund raisers.

Belmont NH Heritage 
Birth, Death, and Marriage Records, Cemetery Records, Graduation Lists & Photos, Obituaries, the History of the Belmont, NH, Diaries, and much more!
Belmont Cemetery Trustees
Lakes Region (NH) History Online is a collaborative effort between Laconia Public Library, Laconia Historical & Museum Society and Belknap Mill Society, to provide the public with greater access to Laconia's history. Search by keyword, last name, year, or research term to find images.  Or browse the collection with a random search.
UNH Town Reports Digital Collection
Scanned PDFs of Belmont Town Reports from 1860-2008.

The Library has passes to the NH Historical Society in Concord which can be used to access the research library and archives.