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  The Portsmouth Peace Treaty Trail Maps (#1-5) contained on this page detail the locations in Portsmouth and around New England that featured in the 1905 negotiations and citizen diplomacy.
The Treaty Articles Maps (#6-11) show the geographic areas impacts by the various articles of the Treaty, the focus of the negotiations.
  The War Maps (#12-15) show the contested areas in Korea, Manchuria and the Straits of Tsushima, where the Russo-Japanese War was fought 1904-05.

Portsmouth Peace Treaty Trail Maps
Available for download in PDF format*
  Downtown Portsmouth 1. Downtown Portsmouth Map
Portsmouth Region Map 2.Portsmouth Region Map with Photos
Portsmouth Region Map 3. Portsmouth Region Map without Photos
NE Region Map 4. New England Region Map with Photos
NE Region Map 5. New England Region Map without Photos
Peace Treaty Article II 6. Portsmouth Peace Treaty Article II
Article 3 7. Portsmouth Peace Treaty Article III
Article 3 8. Portsmouth Peace Treaty Article V
Article 6 9. Portsmouth Peace Treaty Article VI
Article 9 10. Portsmouth Peace Treaty Article IX
Articles and Demands 11. Portsmouth Peace Treaty Articles and Demands
War Detail 12. The Russo-Japanese War Detail
The Russo-Japanese War 13. The Russo-Japanese War
Russian Baltic Fleet 14. The Russian Baltic Fleet Moves to Defend Port Arthur
Foreign Influence in China 15. Foreign Spheres of Influence in China 1904
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Statewide. The NH Legislature in 2010 declared the day the Treaty was signed to be Portsmouth Peace Treaty Day in perpetuity, confirmed by Governor's Proclamation.

Highlights around Portsmouth include a salute by the Navy at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard followed by bell-ringing throughout the area (and beyond) at 3:47 pm. Market Square (15 Pleasant St.) reading of the Governor's Proclamation and hand-bell ringing by Portsmouth High School students. Temple Israel will blow the traditional shofar (ram's horn).  Bellringing at Wentworth By the Sea Hotel, Strawbery Banke Museum and John Paul Jones House Museum. Annual peace flag-raising at Green Acre School in Eliot ME.

At 6 pm "100th Anniversary of the Cherry Trees and the Portsmouth Peace Treaty Connection" an illustrated talk by Charles B. Doleac, Order of the Rising Sun gold rays with rosette. In the Discover Portsmouth Center (10 Middle St., Portsmouth), 2nd floor. Free and open to the public.

Sep 05, 2018 3:47 PM
Portsmouth Peace Treaty Day

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