Category Archives: Moovers And Shakers

NH Tidbits: Cow Hampshire Revisited

After eleven years as editor of this blog, I received my first “hate you” email recently. You’ll never guess the reason why. A reader spotted my blog title, Cow Hampshire, and it sent them into a cud-chewing frenzy. They mooed  … Continue reading

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Penacook New Hampshire’s First Female Legislator, Physician, Educator and Civic Leader: Mary Louise (Rolfe) Farnum (1870-1965)

Nineteen hundred and twenty was a landmark year for the women of New Hampshire.  The 19th Amendment, which granted women’s suffrage (the right to vote) nationwide in 1920, was ratified. New Hampshire ratified the amendment on September 10, 1919, but … Continue reading

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Moovers and Shakers: Week of May 17, 2008

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Moovers and Shakers: Week of May 7, 2008

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Moovers and Shakers: Week of May 1, 2008

This week's “Moovers and Shakers” run the gamut from the strange to the historical. Enjoy!

Stranger Than Usual–Are you … Continue reading

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