Monthly Archives: May 2006

New Hampshire: 1872 Sporting Hazards

One sportsman testing his skill at Highland Lake in East Andover New Hampshire

narrowly escaped with his life…. Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s Militia: Gathering for Annual Muster Day

For countless years, in the month of September

militia belonging to various regiments, comprising those able-bodied citizens, between the ages of eighteen and forty… Continue reading

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New Hampshire: When Frankenstein Roamed the White Mountains

Yes, Frankenstein really did roam the White Mountains of New Hampshire…there is a train trestle, and a cliff, named in his honor. Continue reading

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Rev. Jeremy Belknap

Rev. Jeremiah “Jeremy” Belknap, D.D., author of the History of New Hampshire, resided in Dover New Hampshire for twenty years. Continue reading

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Blue Crane

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