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Snippets of News during Merrimack NH’s 1946 Bicentennial

The following snippets of news have been abstracted from The Milford Cabinet newspaper, published in Milford New Hampshire between June 1, and July 31, 1946–during the months of Merrimack NH’s Bicentennial celebrations. We are now celebrating Merrimack’s 275th anniversary.  Do … Continue reading

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Merrimack New Hampshire Celebrates 275 Years: From 1746 To 2021

During the month of April, 2021, Merrimack celebrates its 275th Anniversary, based on the date of the incorporation of the town of ‘Merrymac’ on 2 April 1746 (when it separated from Old Dunstable).  There are lots of places where you … Continue reading

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New Hampshire WWI Military: Heroes of Lincoln

The town of Lincoln, Grafton County, New Hampshire lies nestled in the White Mountain National Forest area, with much of the town within the Forest. Between 1910 and 1920 there were about 1,200 year-round residents. If the town WWI honor … Continue reading

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Manchester New Hampshire’s 1946 Centennial Celebration

This story, as usually is the case, begins with a photograph–in this case several.  My mother (Mary Webster) was a “camera nut” and took hundreds of photographs in the Manchester area, but most were of family.  She did not take … Continue reading

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