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Illustrations of the Settings
Sites in Portsmouth, NH
The Ranger's departure
Map of Portsmouth at the bottom of this page.
The John Paul Jones house
(Photo by Graham Frater)
Built in 1758 by Captain Gregory Purcell.
Captain John Paul Jones lived here in 1777,
while superinteding the outfitting of the Ranger and arranging for its crew.
He lived here a second time in 1781 while the ship America was
St. John's Episcopal Church - two views
St. John's from Harper's Monthly illustration
Old North Church
Old North Church from Harper's Monthly illustration.
Old South Church in 2002
Portsmouth Harbor, toward Kittery Point.
Benning Wentworth Mansion
William Pepperrell's mansion
Pepperrell mansion from Harper's Monthly illustration.
Kittery shore from Portsmouth Harbor
Looking toward the three hills of Agamenticus
from outside Portsmouth Harbor
Stone Chapel on Star Island, Isles of Shoals
From Star Island toward White Island lighthouse,
Isles of Shoals
Map of Portsmouth
Detail from City of Portsmouth 1850
H. F. Walling, Civil Engineer
C. W. Brewster, Publisher
Some sites of interest
Rice's Ferry -- top of map, in Kittery.
Badger Island -- in Piscataqua between Kittery and Portsmouth
(The area named Fernald & Pettigrew's shipyard is probably where the Ranger was built.)
Spring Market -- on the river, south of the west edge of Badger Island, corner of Bow and Ceres.
Jonathan Hamilton's store -- just west of Spring Market on Ceres St.
St. John's Church -- East of Spring Market on Chapel St.
Market Square -- lower left. Probable site of the Portsmouth Parade.
Old North Church -- south side of Market Square.
Old South Church -- south of Old North on State St.
Earl of Halifax / William Pitt Tavern (not marked) -- The street on the south side of Old South Church is Court Street. East of Old South, on the southwest corner of Court and Atkinson is the location of the Earl of Halifax Tavern.
This map appears in C. W. Brewster, Rambles About Portsmouth First Series, a facsimile of the 1873 edition, published by the New Hampshire Publishing Company, Somersworth, in collaboration with Theatre by the Sea, Portsmouth, 1971.
Except for the John Paul Jones house, the photographs (2002-3) are by Terry Heller, Coe College.
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