Photos of the 1976 Nashua Bicentennial celebration from the Nashua Telegraph archive issue dated June 14, 1976. Over 80,000 people watched the largest parade in Nashua history. Full story at Timeline Event dated June 14, 1976.



A View of Main St. From the Rooftop.


Always a Major Attraction - The Joseph A. Ferko String Band from Philadephia, PA


An American History in Flags.


At Mass In Holman Stadium - Bishop Odore Gendron of Manchester


At Monument Dedication - Governor Meldrim Thomson Speaks at Bicentennial Park


Audience Delighted by Drum Majorette, Sheryl Dion, leading the James E. Coffey Post American Legion Band


Bicentennial Monument Dedicated to Revolutionary War Soldiers


Dance Marathon at Nashua Mall Saturday


Governor Meldrin Thomson is Escorted to the Reviewing Stand


Nashua Mayor, Dennis, J. Sullivan; Miss Nashua, Carmen Tremblay; and US Rep James C. Cleveland, R-NH, Wave to Friends


Yankees Fight Back at Greeley Park Mock Battle


Tailgate Picnic - Colonial Style


Airial View of Soldier's Monument


Colonial Crap Game at Greely Park during lull in the action.


Unruly British Prisoner Paraded down Main St.


Unveiling Bicentennial Park Marker


All in Step, the Suburbanettes all female Drum & Bugle Corps.


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