Monthly Archives: November 2006

New Hampshire Glossary: Blaze

blazethis word is American in origin.  It means, a mark, usually on a tree, designed to indicate the … Continue reading

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Dublin New Hampshire publisher, Robb Hansell Sagendorph (1900-1970)

A New Hampshire tradition was begun in 1935

“Climb up on some hill at sunrise. Everybody needs perspective … Continue reading

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Mt. Washington Hotel at Bretton Woods

See article about “Bretton Woods and the 1944 International Monetary Conference.”
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Missing Places: New Hampshire State Sanitorium at Glencliff

I remember as a child, a road trip through Glencliff New Hampshire, with my parents, on our way to the … Continue reading

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Elm Street, Manchester NH

Elm Street in Manchester, New Hampshire is reportedly the longest dead-end main street in the United States.  Here is a … Continue reading

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