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A 2016 Military Father’s Day: My Dad’s WW2 Navy in Photographs

Thirty five years ago was the last time I was able to happily celebrate Father’s Day. On November 7th of 1981 my Dad, Berwin “Webby” Webster, passed away, at the age of 68. He left behind no enemies, and a … Continue reading

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Manchester NH’s Hot Dog Kings: The Schoenland Family

Today we still know it as frankfurter, dog, hotdog, frank, sausage, wiener, pig in a blanket, bowwow, or wiener-wurst. Growing up in Manchester, New Hampshire, and in many other parts of New England, we also called them Schonland’s franks.  Even … Continue reading

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Celebrating both National Pet Week and Genealogy

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National Pet Week is celebrated from May 5-11, 2013.  During our lifetimes pets are our beloved companions, and should be included in our family tree gallery. Here are a sampling of pets from my family.

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Clarks Trading Post: Celebrating 80 Years

To tourists and natives alike Clark's Trading Post in Lincoln New Hampshire seems to have been around forever.  Taint True. 

But they've … 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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