Category Archives: Current Events

Sixteen Completely Free Ways to Research Your Family Tree in New Hampshire

Certain expensive, pay-to-use genealogy corporations are using mass media in an attempt to convince us that we need their services in order to research our personal family histories.  TAINT TRUE!  You don’t need shaking leaves to point you in the … Continue reading

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A Happy New Hampshire New Year 1841

A happy new year.–Before we again shall have an opportunity to address our friends and readers, the present year will have passed away & the New Year of Eighteen hundred and forty two will be ushered in upon us. And … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s Missing Heirloom Apples

The conversation had started off innocently enough. I purchased a scabbed and ugly, but still interesting looking apple at the Merrimack Farmer’s Market from Tom Mitchell who runs Ledge Top Farm in Wilton, New Hampshire. His apples are certified naturally … Continue reading

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New Hampshire: Leaf Peeping Through Time

AUTUMN (1831). — The later weeks in autumn possess a pensive interest from the change of the forest foliage–The fresh, beautiful green, that girded the mountain, and waved over the vales like the graceful folds of a mantle, is now … Continue reading

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September’s National Honey Month–A Time for New Hampshire to Buzz

Can you imagine New Hampshire without its apple orchards, (or Massachusetts without its cranberries)?  According to the National Honey Board, both apples and cranberries are 90% dependent on honeybee pollination (along with a variety of other plants). Without the humble … Continue reading

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