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New Hampshire WWI Military: The Nurse Heroes of Franklin

The American nurses who served with the U.S. Army and the Red Cross during World War I deserve much more attention and recognition than they’ve received thus far. Previously I wrote about the men from Franklin NH who died in … Continue reading

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100 Years Ago: Cures for the Spanish Flu

A great deal has been written about the Spanish flu or influenza.  The National Library of Health at the U.S. Library of Medicine web site has a detailed article about this pandemic. This article states in part: “The 1918–1919 influenza … Continue reading

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New Hampshire: 1770 Recipe to Cure the Biting of a Mad Dog

TAKE the Leaves of Rue, pick'd from the Stalks and bruised, Six Ounces; Garlick picked from the Stalks and … Continue reading

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Goffstown New Hampshire Author, Educator, Social Reformer, and Women’s Rights Champion: Mary Sargeant (Neal) Gove Nichols (1810-1884)

Mary Sargeant Neal was born 10 August 1810 in Goffstown NH, the second daughter and third child of William A. … Continue reading

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