Monthly Archives: April 2007

New Hampshire Glossary: Frost Heave

No, one of Robert Frost's descendants is not getting ready to “toss their cookies.”

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Portsmouth New Hampshire Soldier, Executive Clerk, Poet: Samuel Adams Wiggin (1832-1899)

Samuel Adams Wiggin, son of Samuel P. & Eliza (Wendell) Wiggin was born at Portsmouth, N.H., May 27, 1832. His … Continue reading

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John Stark Day 2007

Today, April 23, 2007 is New Hampshire's official John Stark Day. 

Observance of this day was officially proclaimed in 2004 … Continue reading

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Caddy / Caddie

Caddy Camps were popular in New Hampshire from about 1910 to the 1970s. See article.
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The Ferocious Black Snake of New England

I came upon a curious post, from 1831–a report of a ferocious reptile that existed in New England at that … Continue reading

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