Monthly Archives: February 2007

New Hampshire: The Privy’s Murky History

Traditionally death and taxes are considered to be two of life's inevitable occurrences. 

To this I'll add a third: the … Continue reading

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The New Hampshire Gazette: the Oldest Newspaper in America

Portsmouth, the only port worthy of the name on New-Hampshire's eighteen miles of sea-coast, was originally planted as a mercantile … Continue reading

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Chamber Pot

A chamber pot typical of those used in New Hampshire. See upcoming article about the history of the privvy (or … Continue reading

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Raising a Little Hell in New Hampshire: Dublin’s Doris Ethel “Granny D” (Rollins) Haddock (1910-2010)

“We honor certain people in history not so much for what they did during their turbulent lives,

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Runnells Brothers, Heroes of WWI

Watch for upcoming article about twin Brothers, Ernest Potter Runnells and Ellsworth Potter Runnells of Concord NH
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