Tag Archives: heritage

New Hampshire’s First Cattle: Captain Mason’s Yellow Cowes

June 1st is World Milk Day and this is National Dairy Month, so it’s the perfect day to write about cows and cattle. It is also time for a confession of sorts–the black and white Holstein cow that I have … Continue reading

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NH Tidbits: February is African American History Month

Since 1976 every U.S. President has declared February to be Black History Month. Also called National African American History Month, it is considered an annual celebration of achievements by black Americans.  This month is also the time for recognizing the … Continue reading

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NH Current Events: A Celebration of Nature, Art & Heritage – September 23, 2014

It is not often that a single event celebrates New Hampshire’s nature, art and heritage all at the same time.  The need is great. Although we think of Tropical Storm Irene of 2011’s damage being past, is it not in … Continue reading

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What My Irish Heritage Means To Me

The leprechaun is a wee wisp of a creature. It is responsible for rainbows, pots o' gold, and even a bit… Continue reading

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What Runs In The Family, Stays in The Family

I'm on a quest to discover the traits that run in my family, and to write about some of the … Continue reading

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