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Dover New Hampshire Suffragist and UNH Administrator: Carmita Aileen (Cameron) Murphy (1925-2003)

New Hampshire women take for granted that they can vote. Many believe that with the passage of the federal suffrage amendment in 1919 New Hampshire women were automatically given complete voting rights. It is not so. Constitutionally women did not … Continue reading

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New Hampshire WWI Military: Heroes of Tilton

On November 11, 1919, the first year anniversary of the Armistice, a photograph was taken of the welcome arch crossing Main Street in Tilton New Hampshire. This would have been located at approximately 276 Main Street, facing west. No doubt … Continue reading

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New Hampshire State Flower: Purple Lilac (Syringa vulgaris)

The lilac is an ancient shrub.

It was first introduced to the Europeans about mid-1500, brought from Turkey to Austria. … Continue reading

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