Monthly Archives: October 2006

Poem: A New Hampshire Political Halloween Brew

Fillet of a Wiezcorek;
In the cauldron Pignatelli bake.
Eye of Lynch, and toe of Griffin,… Continue reading

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A Haunted New Hampshire

What is it about the New Hampshire psyche that thrills to tales of mysterious sounds…. Continue reading

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Dover New Hampshire Artist, Ruth (Whittier) Shute (1803-1882)

Born Ruth Whittier, she collaborated with her physician husband,

Samuel A. Shute, in creating portraits of small-town residents between … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Glossary: Town Crier

town criera person selected to shout or “cry” the town news aloud.

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Found Only in New Hampshire: Robbins Cinquefoil

A member of the rose family, Robbins' Cinquefoil (Potentilla robbinsiana),

also called the dwarf cinquefoil, is probably the rarest plant … Continue reading

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