New Hampshire Blogs

Massabesic Lake 2002

Massabesic Lake, Auburn New Hampshire 2002, copyright J.W. Brown, Cowhampshireblog.com

New Hampshire Blogs and Web Sites:

Genealogy:
Nutfield Genealogy
damegussie
– Debralavalley’s Blog: Ramblings about Family, News, and Whatever
Forgotten Journeys
Hoyt Family Genealogy [archived version]
North Country Chronicles
Nozell, Rhymes with Oh Hell!
The Road Backward

History:
New Hampshire History at Searchroots
Diane Fallon, The Maniacal Traveler – stories on the New England seacoast (including New Hampshire) and Maine
Throwback Thursday at Intown Manchester
Remember Hudson NH When . . .
Epsom [New Hampshire] History
History – Seacoastnh.com
Images of New Hampshire History
List of NH Historical Markers
Live Free And Draw
Madison NH Local History Project
Manchester Oblique
Mike in New Hampshire
New Hampshire Historical Society (no blog, silly of them really not to have one)
NH Gazette Blog
New Hampshire Markers
Photo Project: NH Historical Markers
Rochester NH Historical Society
Searchroots Blog
Strawbery Banke Museum
History of Windham NH (new 2015)
New Hampshire Preservation  (sadly they stopped posting, mostly about Civil War)

Neither, but still great!

Stay Work Play New Hampshire
NH Blogs: What New Hampshire Is Talking About!
NH Love It Or Leaf It!
Poltrack Pix
Fishues
TouringNH
amy kane blog
Day in the Life of a Granite State Ambassador
good good manchester
Granite State Walker
Live Free And Draw!
Hoarded Ordinaries
Live Free and Hike: A NH Day Hiker’s Blog
The Daily Portsmouth

Not New Hampshire:

Log Cabin Chronicles – okay, okay its not about New Hampshire, but if you have relatives or ancestors from the Eastern Townships of Canada (and many of us in this state do), or even if you don’t, there are some great stories, lots of good humor and beautiful photographs.

2 Responses to New Hampshire Blogs

  1. Janet Barter says:

    Have you ever done a story on Bernard Murphy of Manchester…killed in WWII?

  2. Ruth Beck says:

    I used to go to North Conway, Eastern Slope Inn when I may have been in eight ,ninth grade. My​ family were skiers, me I fell down more than getting up. I use to lunch with Polly and Gordon Clapp. Penny was my first pen pal. My name is Ruth, from Providence, Rhode Island. I liked the diner at the Eastern Slope Inn. I wonder if Polly Clapp is still around. I remember looking forward to seeing them for lunch.

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