Monthly Archives: May 2006

Militia Re-enactment

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Wonalancet New Hampshire Chinook Breeder, Dog Trainer, and Antarctica Dog Driver – Arthur Treadwell Walden (1871-1947)

Arthur Treadwell Walden, the son of a famous Episcopal preacher, was born in Indiana in 1871.

As a young … Continue reading

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Arthur Treadwell Walden

Arthur Treadwell Walden, the son of a famous Episcopal preacher, was born in Indiana in 1871. He and his wife … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s Most Expensive Colonial Necessity

So, what are you guessing was colonial New Hampshire's most expensive necessity?

If you think that tea is the … Continue reading

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Woman’s bonnet

Late 18th century woman's bonnet. Continue reading

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